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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #243272

For Sale: StellaCam with ExView Chip Set--SOLD

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Monitor still available.

From the invoice dated 3/11/2003:

1 AV-STCAM Astrovid-StellaCam B&W CCD Video Integrating Imaging System, Control Box, 12V Power Supply, With Sony ExView Chip Set, Serial # E52330073

1 1.25” C Adapter

1 RCAF RCA-F Connector

1 AV-SC75 Astrovid StellaCam-75” Extension Cable (Camera Head to Control Box)

1 17403 Optec-NextGen MAXfield f/3.3 Telecompressor

1 17399 Optec-NextGEN Mounting Plate For Astrovid C-Mount Cameras

1 25BNC/F 10” RG59 95% Shielded BNC/RCAF connectors

1 Shipping Shipping Charges & Insurance

I also have a Toshiba TVM-1203 12” monitor that goes for $140.

This is a complete setup for remote operation if you have a Nexstar (I have an 11”) or a Meade. I’ve sat in my garage with The Night Sky Observer’s Guide and seen images that look like the pictures in the book. Amazing, and the f/3.3 telecompressor truly extends the reach of your scope. Paid $1067 (I’ve included the shipping charge as this has to go FedEx with insurance) plus $140 for the monitor = $1207. Used about 15-20 times, but it has sat in the garage the last 8 months. I have no time to observe because of extensive work travel.

It’s in mint shape. Check my ratings that indicate mint really means mint.

I don't see these used, which says something. $975 for the entire setup, including shipping.

Thanks for looking.


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