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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #963834

For Sale: Orion Starshoot Deep Space Monochrome III -revised

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Orion Starshoot Deep Space Monochrome Imager III in very good condition. The original case, CD w/Maxim DL Essentials + drivers, DC power cable and USB cable are included. Dark is 120s and Cone Nebula luminance is 10x180s subs stacked plus contrast tweaked. Following are specs from Orion:
Best for imaging: Deep sky
Imaging sensor: Sony ICX285AL CCD
Imaging sensor size: 10.2mm x 8.3mm
Pixel array: 1392 x 1040 (1,447,680 total)
Pixel size: 6.45 x 6.45
Imaging chip: Monochrome
Autoguider capability: Yes
Exposure range: 0.002 sec to 100 min
A/D conversion: 16 bit
Thermoelectric cooling: Yes
IR filter: No
Mounting: 2" nozzle or t-thread
USB connection: High-speed 2.0
Software compatibility: Windows XP/Vista/7 (per Orion: "... also Windows 8 Operating Systems. ASCOM drivers are
available for use with a number of popular image processing programs, such as Nebulosity,
ImagesPlus, and more")
Binning: 1x1, 2x2
Max cooling: -30C from ambient
Backfocus distance (from T-threads): 20.10mm
Weight (oz.): 28

Shipped only in CONUS via USPS insured priority. If the PayPal "Friends and Family" option isn't used, please add 3%. Thanks for looking at our listing.

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