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Astro Imaging

Cameras and accessories for imaging the night sky with your Telescope

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  1. ZWO ASI174MM monochrome with Guide port

    ZWO ASI174MM monochrome with Guide port

    The ZWO ASI174MM monochrome with Guide port is a high quality, high speed monochrome camera, capable of delivering up to 740 frames per second (depending on PC capability). Featuring the large 1/1.2" CMOS SONY IMX174LLJ sensor, with Pregius Global Shutter CMOS technology. Learn More
    £599.00
  2. ZWO ASI183MC Colour Camera

    ZWO ASI183MC Colour Camera

    The ZWO ASI183MC features a 1" CMOS Sensor (15.86mm diagonal) with a resolution of 20 Megapixels (5496 x 3672 pixels) with an individual pixel size of 2.4 microns. The exposure range of this camera runs from 32us to 2000 seconds duration and the camera can capture at up to 23FPS at full resolution with a peak read noise measurement of 1.7e @ 27db gain.

    The interface on this Camera is USB 3.0 or USB 2.0.

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    £549.00
  3. Bresser MikroCam II 3.1MP USB 3.0

    Bresser MikroCam II 3.1MP USB 3.0

    The BRESSER MikroCam 3.0 microscope camera facilitates the documentation of your preparations and represents high functionality and quality. Among single frames it’s possible to make video sequences and serial images. Although Microscopy is this camera's primary design function, it can be used successfully as an astronomical imaging camera too. Learn More
    £509.00
  4. ASI174MM MINI USB2.0 Monochrome Small Format CMOS Camera

    ASI174MM MINI USB2.0 Monochrome Small Format CMOS Camera

    ASI174MM MINI USB2.0 Monochrome Small Format CMOS Camera Learn More
    £499.00
  5. ZWO 36mm Ha SII OIII 7nm set MKII

    ZWO 36mm Ha SII OIII 7nm set MKII

    ZWO 36mm Ha SII OIII 7nm set MKII

    These are the latest MkII filters from ZWO, supplied with enhanced anti-reflection coatings. These are unmounted filters for the widest possible aperture for larger sensored cameras. Please note: you will need a filterwheel capable of taking unmounted filters in order to use this set. We recommend the ZWO Electronik filter wheel, 7-pos. 36mm.

    Narrowband filter sets are used to create high contrast deep sky images of certain objects, mainly emission and diffuse nebulae (i.e. Veil Nebula, M42 Orion Nebula, North America Nebula, Horsehead Nebula) or planetary nebulae (i.e. M27 Dumbbell nebula, M57 Ring Nebula, Helix Nebula), just to mention few of well known nebulosities. Narrowband filter sets are sometimes used instead of LRGB filter sets and sometimes in combination with them...

    Some amateur astronomers would even use them when the Moon is out or if they live in heavily light polluted areas as these filters would practically eliminate the effects of light pollution as a side effect. By applying longer exposure time you will increase the brightness of the nebulosity whilst stars will still appear much fainter than if they were imaged with LRGB filters. The sky's background will also stay darker hence contrast will be increased.

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    £479.00
  6. Unmounted filters in cases

    ZWO 31mm Ha SII OIII 7nm set MkII

    These are the latest MkII filters from ZWO, supplied with enhanced anti-reflection coatings. These are 31mm unmounted filters, without threaded rings, for the widest possible aperture for larger sensored cameras. Please note: you will need a filterwheel capable of taking mounted filters in order to use this set. We recommend the ZWO electronik filter wheel, 8-pos. 1.25" & 31mm.


    Narrowband filter sets are used to create high contrast deep sky images of certain objects, mainly emission and diffuse nebulae (i.e. Veil Nebula, M42 Orion Nebula, North America Nebula, Horsehead Nebula) or planetary nebulae (i.e. M27 Dumbbell nebula, M57 Ring Nebula, Helix Nebula), just to mention few of well known nebulosities. Narrowband filter sets are sometimes used instead of LRGB filter sets and sometimes in combination with them...


    Some amateur astronomers would even use them when the Moon is out or if they live in heavily light polluted areas as these filters would practically eliminate the effects of light pollution as a side effect. By applying longer exposure time you will increase the brightness of the nebulosity whilst stars will still appear much fainter than if they were imaged with LRGB filters. The sky's background will also stay darker hence contrast will be increased.

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    £425.00

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