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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #284515

For Sale: Starlight Xpress HX916

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I've upgraded to an SXV-H9 so my HX916 is looking for a good home. The HX916 is a 1.3 megapixel camera, with an chip of 1300x1030. Download speeds are very fast because of the USB interface, at 11 seconds for a full frame unbinned image. It comes complete with:

o camera body
o manual
o 2" adapter
o 1.25" adapter
o USB interface box
o USB cable
o camera-to-USB-box cable.
o power supply box and power cable
o downloadable control software from Starlight Xpress

I'll also throw in an extra-long USB cable and a custom-built "shorty" camera-to-USB cable. The "shorty" cable is invaluable in that it let me fix the USB interface box right to the camera body rather than have it dangle in awkward positions 18" from the back of the camera like the normal cable (above) does. I added an AC plug to the power block as it didn't come with that (it came with a 2-wire pigtail).

Lots of pictures from the camera are available at: www dot marcush dot net slash astronomy.

I love the camera, but I got a good deal on an SXV-H9 here on Astromart and I couldn't pass that up. The price above ($1600) is slightly negotiable so make an offer. If you're local to the San Diego area, feel free to stop by some night and try out the camera.


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