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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #87679

For Sale: ST-8 (std) with Homeyer Color Wheel & Flip Mirror (Sold)

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Standard ST-8 with antiblooming. I've owned this camera for one year and have hardly used it. It needs a good home. When purchased I bought the Homeyer filter wheel and flip mirror. The Homeyer filter wheel uses the RGB interference filters which offers up to 90% transmission over their passbands. The filters included are RGB, dark and flat. The Model ST-8 has a 4x larger CCD detector than the ST-7. It has Full Frame Resolution of 1530 x 1020. The large CCD active area of 13.8 x 9.2 mm allows the user to image large fields of view. The various binning modes of 9, 18, and 27 micron pixels allow you to match the focal length of a wide range of telescopes and lenses to this imaging camera. The imaging camera includes an electro-mechanical shutter, 16 bit analog to digital (A/D) converter, regulated temperature control with all of the electronics integrated into the CCD head.
CCD Kodak KAF-1600 with Antiblooming
Pixel Array 1530 x 1020 pixels,
13.8 x 9.2 mm Total Pixels 1,500,000 Pixel Size 9 x 9 microns
Full Well Capacity ABG ~40,000 e-
Price $4200 for Camera, Filter Wheel and Flip Mirror. Case and Operating Manual included.

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