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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #584949

For Sale: Philips ToUcam Pro II 840k + 1 1/4" Adapter [SOLD]

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Philips ToUcam Pro II 840k + 1 1/4" Adapter

I purchased this camera from OPT (Oceanside Photo and Telescope) for $144.00 in May of this year. I did a little playing around with it on my Vixen 4" refractor; it worked great. The software allow you to control the camera gain, contrast, brightness, sharpness, and exposure for doing planetary work. Also will work as a guide camera and is supported by most camera control packages such as MaxIm DL. I have since upgraded to a Meade DSI Pro II Monocrome imager so I am looking to sell the ToUcam.

Specs include
1/3" CCD (Less noise than a CMOS sensor)
1200x960 pixel resolution
Live & Snapshot modes
Up to 60 Frames/second full motion video
Built-in Digital Microphone for annotating images
USB 2.0 interface for commands and power

It comes with all the original accessories, software and packaging including a 1 1/4" adapter to attach directly to your scope.

Buyer pays shipping (US destination only); PayPal preferred (Buyer pays 3% PayPal fees), but will accept US Postal Service money orders and personal checks but package will ship after funds are received and cleared. I will ship via UPS or US Postal service Priority Mail insured.


Tom Quinn

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