Astronomy CCDs and Autoguiders
8 Matching Products
Capture high resolution 5MP planetary, lunar and solar system images with the NexImage 5. Combined with the included software package, the NexImage 5 can bring out tremendous detail and produce images that will rival those taken with astronomical cameras costing hundreds more. The NexImage 5 connects to any telescope that features a 1.25” eyepiece barrel
The NexImage Burst Colour by Celestron is a colour camera specifically designed for capturing high-resolution planetary, lunar, and solar images without the need for additional filters or accessories. Point your telescope at the moon, sun, or a planet, and start recording video at up to 120 frames per second for sharp and clear images. The included software
The Altair GPCAM2 AR0130 Mono Camera is a high-sensitivity camera featuring Aptina CMOS sensor. The GPCAM2 is a specialist tool for solar system imaging; in particular solar imaging. Featuring an ST4 auto-guiding port, it is compatible with mounts from all major manufacturers supporting the ST4 format, such as iOptron, Celestron, and Skywatcher.
The Altair GPCAM2 IMX290 Colour Camera is a high sensitivity tool for solar, planetary, lunar, and astronomy photography / videography. Featuring a Sony Exmor IMX290 CMOS sensor, this camera is capable of capturing deepsky images that are impossible to capture with ‘standard’ imaging equipment.
The Altair Hypercam IMX178 Mono USB astronomy camera has the sought-after Sony IMX178 Colour CMOS sensor, with extremely low read noise, wide dynamic range, and a 6.3-megapixel resolution.
The Sky-Watcher SynGuider Auto-Guider can guide an equatorial mount without the help of a PC/Laptop, improving productivity during astro-photography sessions, helping you to obtain perfectly round stars during long exposure times. The SynGuider stand-alone autoguider is supplied with guiding handset & cable, serial cable and battery pack. Requires 4 x D-Size
The Altair GPCAM2 IMX224 Colour Camera is a high sensitivity tool for solar, planetary, lunar, and astronomy photography / videography. Featuring a Sony Exmor IMX224 CMOS sensor, this camera is capable of capturing deepsky images that are impossible to capture with ‘standard’ imaging equipment.
The Altair Hypercam IMX174 camera has the sought-after Sony Pregius Global Shutter IMX174 CMOS sensor, with extremely low read noise and 2.3-megapixel resolution. The IMX174 sensor is particularly desirable for solar and high resolution planetary imaging at long focal lengths, where high frame rates and high dynamic range are required to get the most detail