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ZWO ASI290MC Colour Camera with Guide port

Regular Price: £274.00

Special Price £247.00

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ZWO ASI290MC Colour Camera with Guide port

Recommended for the planets and some small deep sky objects
Resolution: 1936×1096 at up 82fps (at 12bit ADC) or 170fps (at 10 bit ADC)
Long time exposure up to 2000s!
Autoguider Port
Very low read noise (1e)
High Sensitivity, especially in IR range
Full aluminum housing with standard 2" interface
M42X0.75 internal thread.
T-thread to C-mount adapter included
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The ZWO ASI290MC is an uncooled colour planetary, lunar and solar camera, which is especially recommended for high focal length imaging of compact targets, such as the major planets.  This imager comes with a back-illuminated, 6.46mm diagonal size (type 1/2.8") Square Pixel Array Monochrome CMOS Image Sensor with IMPROVED VISIBLE LIGHT and NEAR INFRARED SENSITIVITY that supports 1080p.









 






Diagonal 6.46 mm (Type 1/2.8) Square Pixel Array Color CMOS Image Sensor


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Back-Illuminated CMOS image Sensors with Improved Visible Light and Near Infrared Sensitivity that Support 1080p


Sony has developed the approx. 2.13M effective pixel back-illuminated CMOS image sensors IMX290LQR and IMX291LQR with improved sensitivity in the visible-light and near infrared light regions for industrial applications.
A new 2.9 µm-square unit pixel has been developed that combines a back-illuminated structure with technology for improving near infrared sensitivity to further enhance picture quality at low illumination while at the same time realizing Full HD cameras for industrial applications. This realizes two or more times the sensitivity in the visible-light region and three or more times the sensitivity in the near infrared light region than that of the existing Sony product (IMX236LQJ).







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