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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #290640

For Sale: SBIG ST-7ME w/Optec NextGen MAXfield f/3.3 FR

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This is one of the special edition CCD cameras produced by SBIG late last fall. It has only been used twice - which is why I am interested in parting with it - I just don't have the time any more. Here are the details on the ST-7ME:

- Camera body w/updated parallel electronics and built-in TC-211 autoguiding CCD
- ST-7ME w/ new Class 1 KAF-0402ME CCD
- Small lens to take off-scope all sky shots
- Standard Parallel interface to the computer
- Single stage TE cooling
- 110VAC Power Supply
- T-thread front plate
- 1.25" nosepiece with t-threads
- Parallel cable
- Relay cable (for self-guiding and autoguiding)
- Relay Cable Adapter Plug (ST-7RC)
- CCDOPS version 5 camera control software
- CCDSoftV5 camera control, image processing and astrometric software
- TheSky v.4, level II (with free unregistered upgrade to Level IV)
- Operating Manual

Also included is the Optec NextGen MAXfield telecompressor (#17403) and the Optec mounting plate for ST-7 cameras (#17392).

All items are in excellent condition. Price new for this package, $1540. Yours for $1300 and I pay UPS Ground in conus and insurance. Money orders only, please.

Thanks for looking!

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