EXPLORE SCIENTIFIC Deep Sky Astro Camera 16MP

ASTRO CAMERA 16.0MP

  • camera with large Panasonic CMOS sensor and active cooling
  • the perfect entrance into the world of astrophotography
  • convenient creation of astro photos and videos
  • very low noise Panasonic CMOS sensor with 21,9mm diagonale
  • Large image fields and easy centering of objects
  • Sensor resolution: 16 MP (4648 x 3506 pixels)
  • Sensor size: 17.6 x 13.3 mm (4/3 inch)
  • Built-in USB hub with 2 x USB2.0 ports
  • camera diameter: 80mm; length: 102mm; weight: 0,53 kg
  • delivery: camera, accessories, software, case, manual

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Product number: 0510500
GTIN/EAN: 4007922060941
Product information "EXPLORE SCIENTIFIC Deep Sky Astro Camera 16MP "
High resolution deep sky camera with large Panasonic CMOS sensor and active cooling. 

Enter the world of astrophotography now. With the new EXPLORE SCIENTIFIC DEEP SKY ASTRO camera you get a modern complete package for the comfortable shooting of astro photos and videos. Finally, an easy-to-use camera for capturing galaxies, star clusters, the moon and even planets with high resolution and low sensor noise. Thanks to the fast USB 3.0 computer interface, all image data is transferred within a few seconds. Long waiting times are now history. 

Simply connect the camera to your telescope using the T2 female thread (M42.0.75mm) or the supplied 2" (50.8mm) plug-in adapter and after installing the drivers and the included EXPLORE Capture recording and editing software, you are ready to take the first real astro photos with a highly specialized camera for your application.  

The EXPLORE Capture Pro software included in delivery not only offers the basic functions required for image and video capture, but also many helpful special functions for image post-processing and camera setup. Functions such as live image display, exposure settings, white balance, dark image print, stacking, timelapse recording and much more can be configured individually. Especially the very sophisticated software makes your entry into astrophotography really easy. With the automatic settings you can produce absolutely presentable results without any previous knowledge. If you like, simply switch off the automatic settings and gradually dare to adjust the individual professional settings. 

The new EXPLORE SCIENTIFIC DEEP SKY camera has a highly sensitive and very low-noise Panasonic CMOS sensor which is additionally cooled down to 40°C below ambient temperature by the two-stage thermoelectric cooling. In contrast to normal DSLR cameras, this guarantees much lower noise and fewer hot pixels in your shots. The images are not only much sharper and more brilliant, but also contain more usable image information. Through the controlled setting of the desired camera temperature, the creation of dark frames under reproducible shooting conditions is possible at any time. The large-format CMOS sensor with 21.9mm diagonal also allows large image fields and simplifies the adjustment and centering of objects considerably. 

The camera has a built-in USB hub with 2 x USB2.0 ports at the rear. Connect your additional autoguider camera or motor focus etc. via a short USB cable and reduce the risk of cable spaghetti and cable breaks. Separate cable connections between your accessories and your computer are no longer necessary. 

A sturdy hard case for the camera plus accessories is also included. 

IMPORTANT NOTES:

Don't get confused by the megapixel data and the contrary price structure. In the field of astronomy, the key criterion is not the sensor resolution but the maximum light sensitivity. The main goal is to capture as much light as possible in a short time.

DOWNLOAD latest camera software and drivers see download folder "Manuals" or here: http://www.touptek.com/download/showdownload.php?lang=en&id=2

Sample photos made by Lóránd Fényes in Hungary: https://fenyeslorand.hu/asztrofotok/


Field of view for different focal lengths in arc minutes and degrees: 

400 mm - 151´x 114´ (2.5 x 1.9 degrees) 
500 mm - 121´x 91´ (2.0 x 1.5 degrees) 
600 mm - 101´x 76´ (1.7 x 1.3 degrees) 
700 mm - 86´x 65´ (1.4 x 1.1 degrees) 
800 mm - 76´x 57´ (1.3 x 0.9 degrees) 
900 mm - 67´x 51´ (1.1 x 1.9 degrees) 
1000 mm - 61´x 46´ (1.0 x 0.8 degrees) 
1250 mm - 48´x 37´ (0.8 x 0.6 degrees) 
1500 mm - 40´x 30´ (0.7 x 0.5 degrees) 
1750 mm - 35´x 26´ (0.6 x 0.4 degrees) 
2000 mm - 30´x 23´ (0.5 x 0.4 degrees) 


FEATURES

camera type: ASTRO Camera 16.0MP ATR3CMOS16000KPA 
data output: single pictures and video 
image Sensor: Panasonic NM34230PLI CMOS Color Sensor 
adjustable resolution: 4648x3506 / 2304x1750 / 1536x1168 
adjustable binning: 1x1 / 2x2 / 3x3 
frame rate per second (FBS): 22.5 / 43 / 48 
physical sensor size in pixels: 4648 x 3506 
megapixel: 16 MP 
sensor size: 17.6 x 13.3 mm (4/3 inch) 
pixel size: 3.8 µm x 3.8 µm 
bit depth: 12 Bit 
backfocus: 17,5 mm  
shutter Type: rolling shutter
internal camera memory: DDR 3 RAM
thermoelectric cooling with fan: yes, up to 40°C below ambient temperature 
adjustable exposure times: 150µs to 60min 
operating temperature: -10 to +50°C (30-80% RLH) 
cable length USB 3.0: 150cm 
DC cable length power supply: 200cm 
CNC machined aluminium housing 
camera diameter: 80mm; length: 102mm 
camera weight: 0,53 kg 
camera connection diameter: 2.0 inch ( 50.8mm) 
camera connection thread: T2 (M42x0,75mm) 
filter thread: Yes, 2.0 inch in receptacle 
camera connection to PC: USB 3.0 
built-in USB hub with 2 x USB 2.0 ports 
power supply: Power supply 12 Volt 3,0 Ampere included 
software: EXPLORE Capture included 
camera driver and ASCOM driver included
operating system: WINDOWS 10 + 11
PC requirements: CPU Intel Core2 2.8Ghz or higher / 2 GB Ram / USB 3.0 


SCOPE OF DELIVERY
  • DEEP SKY ASTRO Camera 16.0MP 
  • telescope adapter T2 thread to 2.0" (50,8mm) 
  • USB 3.0 connection cable 150cm 
  • power supply 230V/12V3,0A 
  • dust cap 
  • software CD 
  • hard case 
  • instruction manual
Colour: blue
Material: Aluminium

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BRESSER Full HD Deep Sky Camera with autoguider: a great camera for different types of astrophotography and for autoguiding. Not only suitable for planets, but also for deep-sky objects such as galaxies, nebulae and star clusters. Dedicated ToupSky Astro Imaging software supports video preview, video recording, video processing, image capture and processing, dark field correction and raw data output. Easy to use, but with professional results. One of the main features of the new backlit SONY IMX290 CMOS sensor is its high light sensitivity, which makes it possible to detect deep-sky objects without active cooling. SONY has increased the quantum efficiency at 533 nm wavelength up to 77%, which is much better than other CMOS sensors have been able to achieve in the past. Connect this camera to a guidescope and attach the camera's built-in ST-4 port, directly to your telescope's equatorial mount guide port and autoguide - using many popular audioguiding programs (PHD, Guidedog and more). Autoguiding enables you to take accurate pictures with long exposure times of several minutes. Thanks to the extra light-sensitive camera, you now always have a suitable guide star to hand, even using short exposure times. An ST-4 protocol connection cable is also included. Simple automatic tracking at its best. You can use this camera with all guiding telescopes, or off-axis guiders that accept a 1.25 " tube, 1.25" filter thread (M28.5x0.6) or C-mount adapter thread (1 "x1 /32"). IMPORTANT NOTES: This is not a stand-alone guider camera. You always need a Windows 10/11 computer to take pictures and for autoguiding. The autoguider software is not included. You can use PHD2 Guiding, Guidedog, Metaguide, Guidemaster (freeware) or AstroArt, MaxIm DL (paid). DOWNLOAD PHD2-Guiding: https://openphdguiding.org/ DOWNLOAD GuideDog: http://barkosoftware.com/GuideDog/index.html DOWNLOAD latest camera software and drivers: http://www.touptek.com/download/showdownload.php?lang=en&id=2 SPECIFICATIONS Camera type: BRESSER / Touptek GPCMOS02000KPA color Sensor: SONY IMX290 CMOS color, backlit Image and video size: Full HD 1936 x 1096 pixels (video 15 FPS) Native sensor size in pixels: 1936 x 1096 Exposure times: 66µs to 16min Binning: YES, 2x2 Megapixel: 2.1 MP Sensor size in mm: 5.6 x 3.1 Pixel size: 2.9 µm x 2.9 µm Bit depth: 8/12 switchable ST-4 Compatible Autoguider: YES CNC milled housing made of aluminum Protective strap on the camera housing Camera tube diameter: 1.25 "(31.7 mm) Camera connection thread: C-mount + 1.25 "filter thread Computer interface: USB 2.0 C-mount extension tube with 1.25 inch filter thread included No IR cut filter installed Operating system: WINDOWS 10 + 11 ASCOM driver included Field of view for different focal lengths in mm (given in arc minutes): 400mm - 48.2 'x 27.3' 500 mm - 38.6 'x 21.8' 600 mm - 32.1 'x 18.2' 700 mm - 27.5 'x 15.6' 800 mm - 24.1 'x 13.6' 900 mm - 21.4 'x 12.1' 1000 mm - 19.3 'x 10.9' 1250 mm - 15.4 'x 8.7' 1500 mm - 12.9 'x 7.3' 1750 mm - 11.0 'x 6.2' 2000 mm - 9.6 'x 5.5' SCOPE OF DELIEVERY Full HD camera C-mount adapter USB 2.0 PC connection cable with a length of 200cm Interface cable for ST-4 autoguider port with 150cm length Dust cap for camera tube Software CD

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EXPLORE SCIENTIFIC Deep Sky Astro Camera 7.1MP
High resolution deep sky camera with large SONY Exmor IMX428 CMOS sensor and active cooling for telescopes with short and moderate focal lengths. Enter the world of astrophotography now. With the new EXPLORE SCIENTIFIC DEEP SKY ASTRO camera you get a modern complete package for the comfortable shooting of astro photos and videos. Finally, an easy-to-use camera for capturing galaxies, star clusters, the moon and even planets with extreme high sensor sensivity and extreme low sensor noise. The high sensitivity enables very short exposure times and the freezing of the air turbulence (seeing) in planetary images. Thanks to the fast USB 3.0 computer interface, all image data is transferred within a few seconds. Long waiting times are now history. Simply connect the camera to your telescope using the T2 female thread (M42.0.75mm) or the supplied 2'' (50.8mm) plug-in adapter and after installing the drivers and the included EXPLORE Capture recording and editing software, you are ready to take the first real astro photos with a highly specialized camera for your application.  The EXPLORE Capture pro software included in delivery not only offers the basic functions required for image and video capture, but also many helpful special functions for image post-processing and camera setup. Functions such as live image display, exposure settings, white balance, dark image print, stacking, timelapse recording and much more can be configured individually. Especially the very sophisticated software makes your entry into astrophotography really easy. With the automatic settings you can produce absolutely presentable results without any previous knowledge. If you like, simply switch off the automatic settings and gradually dare to adjust the individual professional settings. The new EXPLORE SCIENTIFIC DEEP SKY camera has a highly sensitive and very low-noise SONY Exmor IMX428 CMOS sensor which is additionally cooled down to 40°C below ambient temperature by the two-stage thermoelectric cooling. In contrast to normal DSLR cameras, this guarantees much lower noise and fewer hot pixels in your shots. The images are not only much sharper and more brilliant, but also contain more usable image information. Through the controlled setting of the desired camera temperature, the creation of dark frames under reproducible shooting conditions is possible at any time. The large-format CMOS sensor with 17,6mm diagonal also allows large image fields and simplifies the adjustment and centering of objects considerably. The camera has a built-in USB hub with 2 x USB2.0 ports at the rear. Connect your additional autoguider camera or motor focus etc. via a short USB cable and reduce the risk of cable spaghetti and cable breaks. Separate cable connections between your accessories and your computer are no longer necessary. A sturdy hard case for the camera plus accessories is also included. IMPORTANT NOTES: Don't get confused by the megapixel data and the contrary price structure. In the field of astronomy, the key criterion is not the sensor resolution but the maximum light sensitivity. The main goal is to capture as much light as possible in a short time.DOWNLOAD latest camera software and drivers see download folder "Manuals" or here: http://www.touptek.com/download/showdownload.php?lang=en&id=2 Sample photos made by Lóránd Fényes in Hungary: https://fenyeslorand.hu/asztrofotok/Field of view for different focal lengths in arc minutes and degrees: 400 mm - 124´x 85´ (2.1 x 1.4 degrees) 500 mm - 99´x 68´ (1,7 x 1.1 degrees) 600 mm - 82´x 56´ (1.4 x 0.9 degrees) 700 mm - 70´x 49´ (1.2 x 0.8 degrees) 800 mm - 62´x 43´ (1.0 x 0.7 degrees) 900 mm - 55´x 38´ (0,9 x 0.6 degrees) 1000 mm - 49´x 34´ (0.8 x 0.6 degrees) 1250 mm - 40´x 27´ (0.7 x 0.5 degrees)1500 mm - 55´x 23´ (0.6 x 0.4 degrees) 1750 mm - 28´x 19´ (0.5 x 0.3 degrees) 2000 mm - 25´x 17´ (0.4 x 0.3 degrees) FEATUREScamera type: ASTRO Camera  7.1MP ATR3CMOS07100KPA data output: single pictures and video image Sensor: SONY Exmor IMX428 CMOS Color Sensor resolution: 3200x2200 binning: 1x1 / 2x2 frame rate per second (FBS): 51 / 133 physical sensor size in pixels: 3200 x 2200 / 1600 x 1100megapixel: 7.1 MP sensor size: 14.4 x 9.9 mm (1.1 inch) pixel size: 4.5 µm x 4.5 µm bit depth: 12 Bit backfocus: 17,5 mm  shutter Type: global shutterinternal camera memory: DDR 3 RAMthermoelectric cooling with fan: yes, up to 40°C below ambient temperature adjustable exposure times: 150µs to 60min operating temperature: -10 to +50°C (30-80% RLH) cable length USB 3.0: 150cm DC cable length power supply: 200cm CNC machined aluminium housing camera diameter: 80mm; length: 102mm camera weight: 0,53 kg camera connection diameter: 2.0 inch ( 50.8mm) camera connection thread: T2 (M42x0,75mm) filter thread: Yes, 2.0 inch in receptacle camera connection to PC: USB 3.0 built-in USB hub with 2 x USB 2.0 ports power supply: Power supply 12 Volt 3,0 Ampere included software: EXPLORE Capture included camera driver and ASCOM driver includedoperating system: WINDOWS 10 + 11PC requirements: CPU Intel Core2 2.8Ghz or higher / 2 GB Ram / USB 3.0 SCOPE OF DELIVERYDEEP SKY ASTRO Camera 7.1MP telescope adapter T2 thread to 2.0'' (50,8mm) USB 3.0 connection cable 150cm power supply 230V/12V3,0A dust cap software CD hard case instruction manual

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EXPLORE SCIENTIFIC Deep Sky Astro Camera 26MP
High resolution deep sky camera with large SONY EXMOR IMX-571 APS-C CMOS sensor and active cooling. This camera's extreme sensitivity is achieved through SONYs backside illumination technology. This camera should appeal to both advanced users and those looking to move up from DSLRs for more serious deep sky imaging.Enter the world of astrophotography now. With the new EXPLORE SCIENTIFIC Deep Sky Astro camera you get a modern complete package for straightforward shooting of astro photos and videos. Finally, an easy-to-use camera for capturing galaxies, star clusters, the moon and even planets with high resolution and low sensor noise. Thanks to the fast USB 3.0 computer interface, all image data is transferred within a few seconds. Long waiting times for images are now history. Simply connect the camera to your telescope using the T2 female thread (M42, 0.75 mm) or the supplied 2" (50.8 mm) plug-in adapter and after installing the drivers and the included EXPLORE Capture recording and editing software, you are ready to take the first real astro photos with a highly specialized camera for your application.  The EXPLORE Capture Pro software included in this package not only offers the basic functions required for image and video capture, but also many helpful special functions for image post-processing and camera setup. Functions such as live image display, exposure settings, white balance, dark image subtraction, stacking, timelapse recording and much more can be configured individually. This very sophisticated software makes your entry into astrophotography really easy. With the automatic settings you can produce absolutely presentable results without any previous knowledge. As soon as you feel confident, simply switch off the automatic settings and gradually explore the software's more individual professional settings. The new EXPLORE SCIENTIFIC Deep Sky camera has a highly sensitive and very low-noise SONY EXMOR IMX-571 APS-C CMOS Sensor, which can be cooled down to 40 °C below ambient temperature by the two-stage thermoelectric cooling. In contrast to normal DSLR cameras, this guarantees much lower noise and fewer hot pixels in your shots. The images are not only much sharper and more brilliant, but also contain more usable image information. Through the carefully automatically-controlled setting of the desired camera temperature, the it's easy to create of dark frames which can be re-used under similar shooting conditions - speeding up your processing considerably. The large-format CMOS sensor with 28.3 mm diagonal also allows large image fields and simplifies the adjustment and centering of objects considerably. The secret to the high light sensitivity of this camera is SONY's new back illuminated EXMOR CMOS sensor. It increases the quantum efficiency to up to 80 % at 533 nm, which leads to an extremely high sensitivity and subsequently particularly bright and high-contrast photos.The camera has a built-in USB hub with 2 x USB 2.0 ports at the rear. Connect your additional autoguider camera or motor focus etc. via a short USB cable and reduce the risk of cable tangles and cable breaks. Separate cable connections between your accessories and your computer are no longer necessary. A sturdy hard case for the camera plus accessories is also included. IMPORTANT NOTES: Don't get confused by the megapixel data and the contrary price structure. In the field of astronomy, the key criterion is not the sensor resolution but the maximum light sensitivity. The main goal is to capture as much light as possible in a short time.DOWNLOAD latest camera software and drivers see download folder "Manuals" or here: http://www.touptek.com/download/showdownload.php?lang=en&id=2 Sample photos made by Lóránd Fényes in Hungary: https://fenyeslorand.hu/m31/https://fenyeslorand.hu/ic349_merope_nebula/https://fenyeslorand.hu/asztrofotok/Field of view for different focal lengths in arc minutes and degrees: 400 mm - 201´ x 135´  (3.4 x 2.3 degrees)500 mm - 161´ x 108´  (2.7 x 1.8 degrees)600 mm - 134´ x 90´  (2.2 x 1.5 degrees)700 mm - 115´ x 77´  (1.9 x 1.3 degrees)800 mm - 100´ x 67´  (1.7 x 1.1 degrees)900 mm -  89´ x 60´  (1.5 x 1.0 degrees)1000 mm - 80´ x 54´  (1.3 x 0.9 degrees)1250 mm - 64´ x 43´  (1.1 x 0.7 degrees)1500 mm - 53´ x 36´  (0.9 x 0.6 degrees)1750 mm - 46´ x 31´  (0.8 x 0.5 degrees)2000 mm - 40´ x 27´  (0.7 x 0.45 degrees)FEATURESCamera type: ASTRO Colour Camera 26.0MP ATR3CMOS16000KPA Data output: single pictures and video Image Sensor: SONY EXMOR IMX-571 CMOS Colour Sensor Adjustable resolution: 6224x4168 / 3104x2084 / 2064x1386 Adjustable binning: 1x1 / 2x2 / 3x3 Frame rate per second (FBS): 6.8 / 28 / 63 Physical sensor size in pixels: 6224 x 4168diaginal: 28.3 mmMegapixel: 26 MP Sensor size: 23.48 x 15.67 mm (APS-C format)Pixel size: 3.76 µm x 3.76 µm Bit depth: 8 Bit / 16 BitBackfocus: 17.5 mm  Shutter Type: rolling shutterInternal camera memory: 512MB DDR 3 RAMThermoelectric cooling with fan: yes, up to 40°C below ambient temperature Adjustable exposure times: 150µs to 60min Operating temperature: -10 to +50°C (30-80% RLH) Cable length USB 3.0: 150cm DC cable length power supply: 200cm CNC machined aluminium housing Camera diameter: 80mm; length: 102mm Camera weight: 0.53 kg Camera connection diameter: 2.0 inch ( 50.8mm) Camera connection thread: T2 (M42x0,75mm) Filter thread: Yes, 2.0 inch in receptacle Camera connection to PC: USB 3.0 Built-in USB hub with 2 x USB 2.0 ports Power supply: Power supply 12 Volt 3,0 Ampere included Software: EXPLORE Capture included Camera driver and ASCOM driver includedOperating system: WINDOWS 10 + 11 PC requirements: CPU Intel Core2 2.8Ghz or higher / 2 GB Ram / USB 3.0 WHAT'S INCLUDEDDeep Sky Astro Camera 26.0MP Telescope adapter T2 thread to 2.0" (50,8mm) USB 3.0 connection cable 150cm Power supply 230V/12V 3.0A Dust cap Software CD Hard case Instruction manual

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EXPLORE SCIENTIFIC 4K DEEP SKY ASTRO Camera & Guider 8,3 MP II
Enter the world of astrophotography now - with the new EXPLORE SCIENTIFIC 4K DEEP SKY ASTRO Camera including ST4 autoguider function. This is truly new: Equipped with the new high-sensitive SONY IMX585 Exmor CMOS colour sensor, this astronomy camera delivers amazing image results with extremely short exposure times even with basic telescope equipment. In addition, this ultra-modern camera can also be used as an autoguider, e.g. to actively track the main imaging device with an SLR or CCD astro camera. An all-round camera that delivers super-sharp and high-resolution planetary images. The high 4K resolution of 3840x2160 pixels guarantees the best possible image result. Sensor The secret to the high light sensitivity is SONY's new back illuminated Exmor CMOS sensor. It increases the quantum efficiency to up to 77 % at 533 nm, which leads to an extremely high light sensitivity and thus particularly bright and high-contrast photos. In addition, the particularly low noise level of this new CMOS sensor generation by SONY ensures exceptionally high brilliance and no active cooling is required. Nevertheless, this astro camera has an elaborate internal structure made of aluminium for ideal heat radiation and a fan that can be switched on via software. When used with suitable telescopes, the high native pixel resolution of 3840x2160 enables very nice overview images of the moon, but also detailed planetary images. Solar Imaging This camera is also recommended for solar astro-photography. Especially the Lunt LS40 THa solar telescopes (item No. 0551145/0551146/0551147), with their short focal length, allow in combination with this planetary camera with its large sensor great overview images of the sun. Important Note: When observing and taking photos of the sun, always use a suitable protective solar filter or a special solar telescope. Otherwise there is a risk of immediate blindness and damage to the camera. Software The included Explore Capture professional software offers not only the necessary basic functions for image and video capture, but also many helpful special functions for image post-processing and for setting up the guider. Functions such as live image display, exposure settings, white balance, dark image capture, stacking, timelapse recording and much more can be configured individually. Especially the very sophisticated software makes it really easy for you to get started in astrophotography. With the automatic settings you can produce absolutely presentable results without a lot of prior knowledge. And when you are ready, simply switch off the automatic settings and gradually venture into the individual professional settings. Automatic tracking control Connect the camera directly to the ST4 port of your telescope mount and you have a fully automatic tracking control. Thus, long exposures of several minutes are possible without the stars producing unwanted star traces due to the always existing periodic error of the telescope mount gears. A corresponding ST-4 connection cable is even included in the camera's scope of delivery. Because of the high light sensitivity of the camera, you will always find a suitable guide star even with very short exposure times. Simple automatic tracking at its best. Connection For the connection to telescopes, guiding scopes or off-axis guiders the camera has a 1.25'' socket with 1.25'' filter thread (M28.5x0.6) and a large T2 connection thread (M42x0.75) directly on the housing. IMPORTANT NOTES: This is not a stand-alone guider camera. You always need a Windows 10 or 11 computer to take pictures and for autoguiding. The autoguider software is not included. You can use PHD2 Guiding, GuideDog, Metaguide, Guidemaster (freeware) or AstroArt, MaxIm DL (paid). DOWNLOAD PHD2-Guiding: https://openphdguiding.org/ DOWNLOAD GuideDog: http://barkosoftware.com/GuideDog/index.html DOWNLOAD latest camera software and drivers see download folder "Manuals" or here: http://www.touptek.com/download/showdownload.php?lang=en&id=2 Sample photos made by Lóránd Fényes in Hungary: https://fenyeslorand.hu/naprendszerunk/ https://fenyeslorand.hu/explore_scientific_4k_review/ https://fenyeslorand.hu/asztrofotok/ FEATURESHighly light-sensitive USB 3.0 4K colour camera Suitable for taking pictures of deep sky objects, the Moon and planets Integrated ST4 guiding function Allows very short exposure times for super-sharp planetary images Camera type: EXPLORE SCIENTIFIC G3CMOS08300KPA colour Image sensor: NEW Sony IMX585 Exmor CMOS colour sensor, back illuminated Data output: still images and video Image and video format output: 3840 x 2160 (4K) & 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) pixels Framerate: up to 43 and 66 FPS (for video) Physical sensor size in pixels: 3840 x 2160 (4K) Possible exposure times: 0.1 ms to 60 min Binning: Yes, 1x1 and 2x2 Megapixel: 8.3 MP Sensor size: 11.14 x 6.26 mm Image diagonal: 12.86 mm Pixel size: 2.9 µm x 2.9 µm Bit depth: 8/12 bits, switchable ST-4 compatible autoguider: Yes CNC machined aluminium housing Camera connection diameter: 1.25'' ( 31.7 mm) Camera connection thread: T2 thread (M42x0.75 mm) and 1.25'' filter thread Camera connection to PC: USB 3.0 Required backfocus: 17.5 mm Shutter type: Global shutter Heat radiation via built-in fan (switchable via software) Operating temperature: -10 to +50 °C (30-80 % RLH) Cable length USB 3.0: 150 cm Camera diameter: 68 mm; length: 85 mm Camera weight: 0.3 kg Software: Explore Capture included Camera driver and ASCOM driver and SDK included PC requirements: CPU Intel Core2 2.8Ghz or higher / 2 GB Ram / USB 3.0 Operating system: WINDOWS 10 + 11 Field of view for different focal lengths in minutes of arc: 400 mm - 95.6' x 53.8' 500 mm - 76.5' x 43.0' 600 mm - 63.7' x 35.8' 700 mm - 54.6' x 30.7' 800 mm - 47.8' x 26.9' 900 mm - 42.5' x 23.9' 1,000 mm - 38.2' x 21.5' 1,250 mm - 30.6' x 17.2' 1,500 mm - 25.5' x 14.3' 1,750 mm - 21.8' x 12.3' 2,000 mm - 19.1' x 10.8' SCOPE OF DELIVERY4K Planetary Astro Camera & Guider 8.3 MP 1.25 inch (31.7 mm) plug-in adapter with filter thread USB 3.0 connection cable 150 cm Control cable for ST-4 autoguider function 150 cm Dust cap for camera opening Software (via download) Instruction manual (via download)

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BRESSER Guiding Kit AR90/500
Finally, a universal tracking kit is available, which is easy to assemble and handle. Consisting of a telescopic sight, a tracking camera and the required prism clamp you can start long-term photography with active tracking control (autoguiding). Simply mount the prism clamp with the mounting screws on the carrying handle of the BRESSER Messier and EXPLORE-SCIENTIFIC telescopes and the AR90 / 500 guide scope with tracking camera can already be fixed stably parallel to the main telescope. The tracking camera is now connected directly to the ST-4 compatible autoguider socket of your telescope mount. Connecting the tracking camera via USB cable to your Windows computer and install the camera drivers and any Autoguider software - you can start with the astrophotography. The prism clamp has 2 x 6mm countersunk holes (35mm hole spacing) and 3 further 1/4 "photo tapped holes to allow for versatile adaptation to a variety of other telescopes and adapter plates. The tracking camera is very useful for tracking Recording of planets and even deep-sky objects. A detailed description of the tracking camera can be found at the BRESSER article number 4959050. NOTE: It is necessary to mount the camera on the telescope using the diagonal mirror so that focusing will work.NOTE: The autoguider software is not included. You can use PHD Guiding, Guidedog, Metaguide, Guidemaster (Freeware) or AstroArt, MaxIm DL (chargeable).DOWNLOAD PHD-Guiding: http://www.stark-labs.com/phdguiding.html DOWNLOAD GuideDog: http://barkosoftware.com/GuideDog/index.html FEATURES Universal BRESSER Guiding Kit Guiding-scope, guiding-camera and dovetail clamp included For long exposure Astrophotography with autoguiding Aperture of guiding-scope: 90mm Focal length of guiding-scope: 500mm Screw set for Messier/ES handle included Fits also to many other telescopes SCOPE OF DELIVERY Guiding-scope BRESSER Messier AR90/500 (Art.Nr. 4890500) + Acc. Guiding-camera BRESSER GPCMOS02000KPA color (Art.Nr. 4959050) Dovetail-clamp for Messier/ES/GP/Vixen (Art.Nr. 4910220) Screw-set for Messier/ES handle included USB 2.0 cable (camera to computer) ST-4 cable (camera to teleskope mount) Camera driver software + ASCOM driver Professional ToupSky imaging softwareAperture solar filter for solar observing included

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BRESSER MikrOkular Full HD eyepiece camera
Save pictures and videos from your microscope or telescope directly in Full HD resolution on your PC. The BRESSER MikrOkular Full HD is an eyepiece camera that can be used directly instead of the eyepiece of your telescope or microscope. Adapters for various devices (all common eyepiece dimensions from different manufacturers) and multilingual recording software for Windows are already included in the scope of delivery. With this camera you can document your microscope or telescope observation or share it with others. Ideal for hobby, school, study and work. The camera can take pictures of the moon and the bright planets on the telescope. In microscopy, the camera is mainly used for shooting in brightfield and incident light. FEATURESmetal housing, mini USB socketresolution 1920 x 1080 Pixel, Full HDPixel size: 3x3 µm, sensor size: 5.86 x 3.28 mm23,2mm barrel, integrated UV/IR blocking filter30mm; 30,5mm adapter for various microscopes and telescopes included31,7mm (1,25") adapter for telescopes includes with thread for 1,25" filtersmultilingual recording software for Windowsimage format jpg, bmp, tif, pngvideo format avi SYSTEM REQUIREMENTSWindows 8.1, 10 or 11Intel i3, i5, i7 or i9 CPU from the 2nd generation orAMD FX or Ryzen CPUinternet connection for software downloadUSB 2.0 SCOPE OF DELIVERYcamera module incl. dust capUSB-cableCamLabLite-Software as a download link, language versions German, English, French, Turkish, Russian, Polish, Indonesian, ChineseUsers Guide included in the software (German, English)Adapters 30mm, 30,5mm, 31,7mm (1,25”)

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High resolution deep sky camera with large SONY Exmor IMX428 CMOS sensor and active cooling for telescopes with short and moderate focal lengths. Enter the world of astrophotography now. With the new EXPLORE SCIENTIFIC DEEP SKY ASTRO camera you get a modern complete package for the comfortable shooting of astro photos and videos. Finally, an easy-to-use camera for capturing galaxies, star clusters, the moon and even planets with extreme high sensor sensivity and extreme low sensor noise. The high sensitivity enables very short exposure times and the freezing of the air turbulence (seeing) in planetary images. Thanks to the fast USB 3.0 computer interface, all image data is transferred within a few seconds. Long waiting times are now history. Simply connect the camera to your telescope using the T2 female thread (M42.0.75mm) or the supplied 2'' (50.8mm) plug-in adapter and after installing the drivers and the included EXPLORE Capture recording and editing software, you are ready to take the first real astro photos with a highly specialized camera for your application.  The EXPLORE Capture pro software included in delivery not only offers the basic functions required for image and video capture, but also many helpful special functions for image post-processing and camera setup. Functions such as live image display, exposure settings, white balance, dark image print, stacking, timelapse recording and much more can be configured individually. Especially the very sophisticated software makes your entry into astrophotography really easy. With the automatic settings you can produce absolutely presentable results without any previous knowledge. If you like, simply switch off the automatic settings and gradually dare to adjust the individual professional settings. The new EXPLORE SCIENTIFIC DEEP SKY camera has a highly sensitive and very low-noise SONY Exmor IMX428 CMOS sensor which is additionally cooled down to 40°C below ambient temperature by the two-stage thermoelectric cooling. In contrast to normal DSLR cameras, this guarantees much lower noise and fewer hot pixels in your shots. The images are not only much sharper and more brilliant, but also contain more usable image information. Through the controlled setting of the desired camera temperature, the creation of dark frames under reproducible shooting conditions is possible at any time. The large-format CMOS sensor with 17,6mm diagonal also allows large image fields and simplifies the adjustment and centering of objects considerably. The camera has a built-in USB hub with 2 x USB2.0 ports at the rear. Connect your additional autoguider camera or motor focus etc. via a short USB cable and reduce the risk of cable spaghetti and cable breaks. Separate cable connections between your accessories and your computer are no longer necessary. A sturdy hard case for the camera plus accessories is also included. IMPORTANT NOTES: Don't get confused by the megapixel data and the contrary price structure. In the field of astronomy, the key criterion is not the sensor resolution but the maximum light sensitivity. The main goal is to capture as much light as possible in a short time.DOWNLOAD latest camera software and drivers see download folder "Manuals" or here: http://www.touptek.com/download/showdownload.php?lang=en&id=2 Sample photos made by Lóránd Fényes in Hungary: https://fenyeslorand.hu/asztrofotok/Field of view for different focal lengths in arc minutes and degrees: 400 mm - 124´x 85´ (2.1 x 1.4 degrees) 500 mm - 99´x 68´ (1,7 x 1.1 degrees) 600 mm - 82´x 56´ (1.4 x 0.9 degrees) 700 mm - 70´x 49´ (1.2 x 0.8 degrees) 800 mm - 62´x 43´ (1.0 x 0.7 degrees) 900 mm - 55´x 38´ (0,9 x 0.6 degrees) 1000 mm - 49´x 34´ (0.8 x 0.6 degrees) 1250 mm - 40´x 27´ (0.7 x 0.5 degrees)1500 mm - 55´x 23´ (0.6 x 0.4 degrees) 1750 mm - 28´x 19´ (0.5 x 0.3 degrees) 2000 mm - 25´x 17´ (0.4 x 0.3 degrees) FEATUREScamera type: ASTRO Camera  7.1MP ATR3CMOS07100KPA data output: single pictures and video image Sensor: SONY Exmor IMX428 CMOS Color Sensor resolution: 3200x2200 binning: 1x1 / 2x2 frame rate per second (FBS): 51 / 133 physical sensor size in pixels: 3200 x 2200 / 1600 x 1100megapixel: 7.1 MP sensor size: 14.4 x 9.9 mm (1.1 inch) pixel size: 4.5 µm x 4.5 µm bit depth: 12 Bit backfocus: 17,5 mm  shutter Type: global shutterinternal camera memory: DDR 3 RAMthermoelectric cooling with fan: yes, up to 40°C below ambient temperature adjustable exposure times: 150µs to 60min operating temperature: -10 to +50°C (30-80% RLH) cable length USB 3.0: 150cm DC cable length power supply: 200cm CNC machined aluminium housing camera diameter: 80mm; length: 102mm camera weight: 0,53 kg camera connection diameter: 2.0 inch ( 50.8mm) camera connection thread: T2 (M42x0,75mm) filter thread: Yes, 2.0 inch in receptacle camera connection to PC: USB 3.0 built-in USB hub with 2 x USB 2.0 ports power supply: Power supply 12 Volt 3,0 Ampere included software: EXPLORE Capture included camera driver and ASCOM driver includedoperating system: WINDOWS 10 + 11PC requirements: CPU Intel Core2 2.8Ghz or higher / 2 GB Ram / USB 3.0 SCOPE OF DELIVERYDEEP SKY ASTRO Camera 7.1MP telescope adapter T2 thread to 2.0'' (50,8mm) USB 3.0 connection cable 150cm power supply 230V/12V3,0A dust cap software CD hard case instruction manual

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