Sonntag, 12. Februar 2012

Astronomy & CCD |ISE

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New High Resolution Astronomy Cameras (1600 x 1200)

The long wait is finally over! We are delighted to announce a new series of six extremely high resolution astronomy cameras. They are fitted with a 1/1.8 " progressive scan CCD image sensor with square pixels.

Submit a Photo of Your Telescope and Camera

Over the years, many customers have sent us photos of how they use their astronomy cameras. If you would like us to display your telescope and camera on our web site, please send us an image of them "in action".

New Astronomy Cameras Web Site

If you have visited the Astronomy Cameras web site in the past few months, you will already have seen the complete redesign. If you have not, now is the time! All feedback on the new design is very welcome.


Dr. Patricio Dominguez's Sun in H Alpha

We were delighted to receive this excellent image of the Sun in H Alpha. It was captured in just one single video (800 frames), using one of the new DMK 21AU618.AS astronomy cameras.

John Earl's Jupiter Shots from November 2011

John Earl is a regular contributor to the Astronomy Cameras Blog. He recently submitted some breathtaking images of Jupiter, which he captured with his DBK 21AU618.AS astronomy camera.

John Hicks' Extreme Solar Activity

John Hicks captured a highly intense activity area on the Sun on September 18, 2011 with a DMK 41AU02.AS using a Meade 102 ED refractor and Lunt 50 mm H-alpha filter. "The intensity is alarming", John notes.

Karl Thurner's Jupiter in Opposition

Based at an observatory in Diedorf (Germany), Karl Thurner sent us some of the most detailed images of Jupiter that we have received to date. He used a Newton 18" f/4.5, DMK 21AU618.AS and Astronomik RGB.