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  1. Atik Cameras: The Atik 16200 is the highest resolution astrophotography camera in the Atik Cameras range. It has the signature Atik blend of form and function, boasting an APS-H size sensor with a 35mm diagonal in a whole new case design. 

    The sensor has a generous 6µm pixel size which makes it suitable for a huge range of telescopes. The large format size of the camera makes it ideal for astrophotographers looking to capture widefield views of the night sky. It’s also an excellent match for longer focal lengths, capturing intricate details on even the smallest and faintest of objects. Whatever your astrophotography style, the large size of the images give you the freedom and flexibility to zoom in and take a closer look at regions of interest with the level of detail you’d expect from your main target.

    The large size of the sensor is a match for 2″ filters, and is perfectly complemented by the 2″ model of the EFW2. It’s also fully compatible with Atik Air, making it easy to add wifi and ethernet connectivity to your set up.

    The CCD is housed in a sealed, argon-purged chamber to create a dry, condensation free environment. We’ve also introduced a dual-stage peltier and powerful new heatsink for optimum cooling performance. At -45°C typical and a huge -50°C maximum, it’s our best delta yet. All this means you can take stunning low noise images, even when the temperature’s high outside.

    Atik’s high-quality, custom electronics power the sensor to give a read noise of just 9e-. There’s also a new blade shutter which provides consistent and reliable performance over the camera’s lifespan.

    All this is housed inside a brand new case design that gives you optimum performance with minimum fuss, making the Atik 16200 the perfect camera for astrophotographers who want large format images, without the large format price tag.

    A note on CCD Grades

    The Atik 16200 comes with a class II sensor fitted as standard. We feel that the premium prices placed on class 1 sensors just aren’t justifiable when using the camera for astrophotography. If you do require a camera with a class 1 sensor, please get in touch with your Atik dealer.

    What's in the box?

    Camera body with 2” adapter
    3-metre USB cable
    1.8-metre battery power connector (car lighter plug)
    CD-ROM with drivers, software and user's manual (PDF)
    Quickstart guide (paper)

    Our highly acclaimed Artemis Capture software is included for camera control and data acquisition, along with a full ASCOM driver and plug-ins to allow use with Astroart and Maxim DL.

    A universal (110-230V) power adapter is optional.

     

     

    $3,867.35 USD

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  2. Atik: The CosMOS is the latest addition to Atik’s growing portfolio of CMOS sensor cameras.  Utilising the Sony IMX 455 sensor, the CosMOS is our most advanced CMOS camera to date, with its  60 megapixels enabling it to be well suited for high resolution images the CosMOS camera breaks through the boundaries of what is traditionally expected from CMOS cameras.

    Taking its name from the meaning for viewing the Universe as a well ordered collective, the camera lives up to its name through offering some of the defining features of CCD astrophotography cameras in a CMOS form whilst also seamlessly integrating with Atik’s advanced software solutions to deliver a complete experience for the astrophotographer.
    In addition to offering some of the defining features of CCD astrophotography cameras in a CMOS form, the CosMOS also seamlessly integrates with Atik's advanced software solutions to deliver a complete experience for the astrophotographer. Futhermore, the CosMOS has a built-in USB hub and as always comes with the peace of mind that Atik's superior build quality offers.

    $4,542.00 USD

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  3. Atik Cameras: The Atik Horizon II is the follow up to the first Atik CMOS Camera developed for deep sky astrophotography. Whilst maintaining the core elements of the initial horizon such as its 16MP CMOS sensor with a 21.9mm diagonal, its evolution comes in its variety. Now offering three modes – Normal, PowerSave, and Fast – the Horizon II can produce the highest quality images in PowerSave mode and boasts an increased frame rate in Fast mode.

    This makes Horizon II one of the most versatile cameras you can buy; suitable for deep sky, planetary or EAA imaging.
    The Atik Horizon II is the follow up to our first ever CMOS Camera. It houses a 16MP sensor with exceptionally low read noise and incredibly fast read speeds. With our signature Atik blend of form and function, the Atik Horizon II provides a sensitive, high megapixel sensor at a competitive price point. This makes it a great option if you're looking to upgrade from DSLR, or have system that would benefit from shorter exposure times.

    16MP 4/3" CMOS sensor

    256mb DDR3 Image Buffer

    ~1e- Read Noise

    Cooling ΔT=>-40°C

    USB 3.0


    New Horizon II Modes

    PowerSave Mode - Allows for the highest quality images to be taken.

    Fast Mode - Takes advantage of the on board DDR memory to return a constant stream of images. Fast mode increases the frame rate of the Horizon II to 8FPS. This can increase to 100FPS through the use of subframing, and reaching 300FPS when used with Dusk.


    With extensive experience in both hardware and software design, the Atik Horizon II continues its development in the world of deep-sky optimised CMOS cameras.

    Mechanically, the Horizon II is based on our estblished 4-Series cameras, known for their power and adaptability. With a cyclindrical case measuring 74mm in diameter and 130mm in length, it's compatible with HyperStar systems from 8". The slight size increase on the 4-Series is to house a huge cooling delta of -40°C below ambient. This keeps thermal noise under control, wherever in the world you image from.
    Advanced Hardware Deserves Advanced Software

    The Atik Horizon II is natively compatible with our Infinity live stacking software to give you incredible views of the night sky in a near real-time environment. Not only is this great for video astronomers and public outreach, it also makes getting into astrophotography a breeze. Our on-the-fly image processing gets you up and running quickly, minimising the learning curve many people experience. However, our advanced functions ensure you are always in control as you steer your way through the night sky.

    Live continuous stacking

    Flexible histogram control, including auto-stretch functions

    Live YouTube broadcast integration

    Interactive session replay

    Focus assist and monitoring tools

    Save to FITs, PNG, JPG and TIFF formats


    The Horizon II is also fully compatible with our renowned Artemis Capture and Dusk imaging software that gives you full control over your imaging. We also supply a full ASCOM driver so you're free to use it with your preferred astroimaging software. When used with Dusk, the Horizon II can not only be used as a cooled deep sky imaging camera but can also be used for high speed planetary imaging with frame rates reaching 300 frames per second using the ROI function.
    Amp Glow Control

    From the outset, the Horizon II has benefited from a built-in 256mb DDR3 image buffer to remove amp glow and other artifacts caused by data transfer over USB2, all while preventing issues with dropped frames. This makes for a seamless and fast imaging experience, whether you're taking advantage of the flexibility and low cable weight of USB2, or the fast speeds of USB3.

    Our experience of working with demanding scientific applications has given us an advanced understanding of sealing techniques. This understanding allows us to create a condensation free environment, and means your desiccant lasts much longer between recharges. We're using the same quartz fused cover glass as our Atik 383L  camera to prevent condensation forming on the outside of the glass when the camera's cooled. This added level of performance and reliability means you can spend less time maintaining your equipment, and more time imaging with it.

    $1,704.35 USD

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  4. Atik Cameras: Atik’s top-of-the-range camera is the result of extensive design and development. It incorporates a huge 37mm x 25mm sensor, and is the camera for the uncompromising user who is looking to create stunning high-resolution images.The Atik 11000 uses the Kodak KAI 11002 CCD, and is available in mono or one-shot color versions. It is difficult to get an impression of just how big the sensor is without seeing it at first-hand, but the graphic is intended to give you some idea. The resulting images can be amazingly detailed. They can be printed out at A3 size or beyond, or simply enjoyed on a computer monitor.

    Common features of the Atik 4000 and Atik 11000

    The other cameras in the Atik range use Sony sensors, but the large-format cameras incorporate Kodak devices. These have gained a great reputation in astrophotography, and offer qualities not available in the Sony CCDs. However, optimum performance from the Kodak chip is only obtained with the use of highly sophisticated control electronics and advanced cooling systems, and this is where Atik’s design and build expertise comes to the fore.

    The Kodak sensors require dark frames to be used for calibration, and these must be taken at the same temperature as the primary image. The Atik 11000 achieves this through the provision of full set-point temperature regulation using a two-stage Peltier element and fan. This can provide cooling to 38 degrees below ambient, and will be suitable for the majority of conditions.

    For more demanding use, water can be pumped through the camera’s internal heat exchanger. When water cooling is employed, the maximum level of cooling depends on the water temperature. Approximately 45 degrees of cooling can be achieved using water from a typical cold tap.

    Such efficient cooling cuts thermal noise to an absolute minimum and reduces the prevalence of hot pixels, but it raises the risk of condensation forming in – or on – the camera. A high-efficiency desiccant is used to dry the air inside the sensor chamber, so preventing internal condensation. Meanwhile, condensation on the outside of the camera is avoided through the use of heater elements which gently warm the window. The power supplied to this heater is controllable through software so that it can be adapted to the environmental conditions.

    The Atik large-format cameras have been designed and built to meet the needs of the most demanding users, yet offer an unparalleled simplicity of use. They have only two sockets – a 2.1mm socket for the 12V power supply, and a USB2 port for communicating with your computer. The cameras are also compatible with our highly acclaimed Capture software, as well as with Astroart, CCDSoft and Maxim DL.

    CCD Grades

    The Atik 11000 is fitted with a KAI 11002 class II sensor as standard. This allows for a small number of column defects. Alternatively, a class I sensor with no column defects can be specified. Does the CCD grade matter? Well, we feel the price premium placed on the class I sensor is not justified when the camera is going to be used for astro-imaging.

    In short, this is because Kodak’s grading system uses a test in which the CCD is not cooled; exposures are for fractions of a second; and the sensor is read out several times a second. But conditions for the sensors are very different in astro-imaging because the sensor is cooled; exposures are typically for many tens of seconds; and readout takes several seconds. It is also expected that the images will be corrected with a dark frame. The upshot is that Kodak’s grading tests do not reflect astro-imaging performance in a useful way.

    Note on sensors

    We use only the latest generation of KAI 11002 sensors, which have anti-reflection coatings on both sides of the glass cover. This reduces reflection artifacts generated between the CCD surface and the cover.

    What's in the box?

    Camera body
    3-metre USB cable
    1.8-metre battery power connector (car lighter plug)
    CD-ROM with drivers, software and user's manual
    Quickstart guide (paper)
    High-quality case with die-cut foam inserts
    Universal (110-230V) power supply

    Our highly-regarded Capture software is provided along with plug-ins for Maxim DL and Astroart.

    $5,412.35 USD

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  5. Atik: The CosMOS is the latest addition to Atik’s growing portfolio of CMOS sensor cameras.  Utilising the Sony IMX 455 sensor, the CosMOS is our most advanced CMOS camera to date, with its  60 megapixels enabling it to be well suited for high resolution images the CosMOS camera breaks through the boundaries of what is traditionally expected from CMOS cameras.

    Taking its name from the meaning for viewing the Universe as a well ordered collective, the camera lives up to its name through offering some of the defining features of CCD astrophotography cameras in a CMOS form whilst also seamlessly integrating with Atik’s advanced software solutions to deliver a complete experience for the astrophotographer.
    In addition to offering some of the defining features of CCD astrophotography cameras in a CMOS form, the CosMOS also seamlessly integrates with Atik's advanced software solutions to deliver a complete experience for the astrophotographer. Futhermore, the CosMOS has a built-in USB hub and as always comes with the peace of mind that Atik's superior build quality offers.

    $4,542.00 USD

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  6. Moravian Instruments: G3 cameras can be equipped with CCD detectors up to 24 × 36 mm. Precisely regulated and efficient cooling of the CCD more than 50C below ambient temperature allows quality image calibration. There are mechanical shutter and filter wheel with 5 positions for 2 inch filters inside the camera head with some packages, so these cameras can be used in unattended, robotic setups. CCD chips Kodak KAF with linear response to light are suitable for scientific applications. Large area of these detectors fits long focal length of big telescopes. Large pixels ensure high image dynamic range. Astrophotographers appreciate Kodak KAI detectors with ABG and electronic shutters. Anti-blooming ensures round images of bright stars, which cannot be avoided especially on wide-field images. Electronic shutter then allows short exposure times, necessary e.g. for capturing of fast moving objects.

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  7. Moravian Instruments: G3 cameras can be equipped with CCD detectors up to 24 × 36 mm. Precisely regulated and efficient cooling of the CCD more than 50C below ambient temperature allows quality image calibration. There are mechanical shutter and filter wheel with 5 positions for 2 inch filters inside the camera head with some packages, so these cameras can be used in unattended, robotic setups. CCD chips Kodak KAF with linear response to light are suitable for scientific applications. Large area of these detectors fits long focal length of big telescopes. Large pixels ensure high image dynamic range. Astrophotographers appreciate Kodak KAI detectors with ABG and electronic shutters. Anti-blooming ensures round images of bright stars, which cannot be avoided especially on wide-field images. Electronic shutter then allows short exposure times, necessary e.g. for capturing of fast moving objects.

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  8. Moravian Instruments: G3 cameras can be equipped with CCD detectors up to 24 × 36 mm. Precisely regulated and efficient cooling of the CCD more than 50C below ambient temperature allows quality image calibration. There are mechanical shutter and filter wheel with 5 positions for 2 inch filters inside the camera head with some packages, so these cameras can be used in unattended, robotic setups. CCD chips Kodak KAF with linear response to light are suitable for scientific applications. Large area of these detectors fits long focal length of big telescopes. Large pixels ensure high image dynamic range. Astrophotographers appreciate Kodak KAI detectors with ABG and electronic shutters. Anti-blooming ensures round images of bright stars, which cannot be avoided especially on wide-field images. Electronic shutter then allows short exposure times, necessary e.g. for capturing of fast moving objects.

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  9. Moravian Instruments: G3 cameras can be equipped with CCD detectors up to 24 × 36 mm. Precisely regulated and efficient cooling of the CCD more than 50C below ambient temperature allows quality image calibration. There are mechanical shutter and filter wheel with 5 positions for 2 inch filters inside the camera head with some packages, so these cameras can be used in unattended, robotic setups. CCD chips Kodak KAF with linear response to light are suitable for scientific applications. Large area of these detectors fits long focal length of big telescopes. Large pixels ensure high image dynamic range. Astrophotographers appreciate Kodak KAI detectors with ABG and electronic shutters. Anti-blooming ensures round images of bright stars, which cannot be avoided especially on wide-field images. Electronic shutter then allows short exposure times, necessary e.g. for capturing of fast moving objects.

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  10. Moravian Instruments: G3 cameras can be equipped with CCD detectors up to 24 × 36 mm. Precisely regulated and efficient cooling of the CCD more than 50C below ambient temperature allows quality image calibration. There are mechanical shutter and filter wheel with 5 positions for 2 inch filters inside the camera head with some packages, so these cameras can be used in unattended, robotic setups. CCD chips Kodak KAF with linear response to light are suitable for scientific applications. Large area of these detectors fits long focal length of big telescopes. Large pixels ensure high image dynamic range. Astrophotographers appreciate Kodak KAI detectors with ABG and electronic shutters. Anti-blooming ensures round images of bright stars, which cannot be avoided especially on wide-field images. Electronic shutter then allows short exposure times, necessary e.g. for capturing of fast moving objects.

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  11. Moravian Instruments: G3 cameras can be equipped with CCD detectors up to 24 × 36 mm. Precisely regulated and efficient cooling of the CCD more than 50C below ambient temperature allows quality image calibration. There are mechanical shutter and filter wheel with 5 positions for 2 inch filters inside the camera head with some packages, so these cameras can be used in unattended, robotic setups. CCD chips Kodak KAF with linear response to light are suitable for scientific applications. Large area of these detectors fits long focal length of big telescopes. Large pixels ensure high image dynamic range. Astrophotographers appreciate Kodak KAI detectors with ABG and electronic shutters. Anti-blooming ensures round images of bright stars, which cannot be avoided especially on wide-field images. Electronic shutter then allows short exposure times, necessary e.g. for capturing of fast moving objects.

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  12. Moravian Instruments: G3 cameras can be equipped with CCD detectors up to 24 × 36 mm. Precisely regulated and efficient cooling of the CCD more than 50C below ambient temperature allows quality image calibration. There are mechanical shutter and filter wheel with 5 positions for 2 inch filters inside the camera head with some packages, so these cameras can be used in unattended, robotic setups. CCD chips Kodak KAF with linear response to light are suitable for scientific applications. Large area of these detectors fits long focal length of big telescopes. Large pixels ensure high image dynamic range. Astrophotographers appreciate Kodak KAI detectors with ABG and electronic shutters. Anti-blooming ensures round images of bright stars, which cannot be avoided especially on wide-field images. Electronic shutter then allows short exposure times, necessary e.g. for capturing of fast moving objects.

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  13. Moravian Instruments: G3 cameras can be equipped with CCD detectors up to 24 × 36 mm. Precisely regulated and efficient cooling of the CCD more than 50C below ambient temperature allows quality image calibration. There are mechanical shutter and filter wheel with 5 positions for 2 inch filters inside the camera head with some packages, so these cameras can be used in unattended, robotic setups. CCD chips Kodak KAF with linear response to light are suitable for scientific applications. Large area of these detectors fits long focal length of big telescopes. Large pixels ensure high image dynamic range. Astrophotographers appreciate Kodak KAI detectors with ABG and electronic shutters. Anti-blooming ensures round images of bright stars, which cannot be avoided especially on wide-field images. Electronic shutter then allows short exposure times, necessary e.g. for capturing of fast moving objects.

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  14. Moravian Instruments: G3 cameras can be equipped with CCD detectors up to 24 × 36 mm. Precisely regulated and efficient cooling of the CCD more than 50C below ambient temperature allows quality image calibration. There are mechanical shutter and filter wheel with 5 positions for 2 inch filters inside the camera head with some packages, so these cameras can be used in unattended, robotic setups. CCD chips Kodak KAF with linear response to light are suitable for scientific applications. Large area of these detectors fits long focal length of big telescopes. Large pixels ensure high image dynamic range. Astrophotographers appreciate Kodak KAI detectors with ABG and electronic shutters. Anti-blooming ensures round images of bright stars, which cannot be avoided especially on wide-field images. Electronic shutter then allows short exposure times, necessary e.g. for capturing of fast moving objects.

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  15. Moravian Instruments: G3 cameras can be equipped with CCD detectors up to 24 × 36 mm. Precisely regulated and efficient cooling of the CCD more than 50C below ambient temperature allows quality image calibration. There are mechanical shutter and filter wheel with 5 positions for 2 inch filters inside the camera head with some packages, so these cameras can be used in unattended, robotic setups. CCD chips Kodak KAF with linear response to light are suitable for scientific applications. Large area of these detectors fits long focal length of big telescopes. Large pixels ensure high image dynamic range. Astrophotographers appreciate Kodak KAI detectors with ABG and electronic shutters. Anti-blooming ensures round images of bright stars, which cannot be avoided especially on wide-field images. Electronic shutter then allows short exposure times, necessary e.g. for capturing of fast moving objects.

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  16. Moravian Instruments: G4 cameras are capable to use large CCD detectors with 36 × 36 mm area, which is 50% more than the area of classical film frame. Precisely regulated cooling keeps the CCD on constant temperature, which allows quality image calibration. Cameras can be equipped also with liquid-coolant heat exchanger to cool down the hot side of Peltier TEC modules, beside the two magnetic levitating fans used in air cooled cameras.

    There is a mechanical shutter inside the camera head, filter wheel for 50 × 50 mm square filters (round filters of 50 mm diameter cause vignetting on such large CCD chips) cannot be placed inside the camera head due to limited space. But it is possible to connect external filter wheel for 5 large filters to the G4 camera, the camera head already contains connector for external filter wheel control.

    Used CCD detectors are equipped with so-called “anti-blooming gate” (ABG), which drains the over-abundant charge from saturated pixels. ABG ensures the round images of bright stars, without disruptive blooming spikes. On the other side, compromising of the CCD linearity by ABG is only negligible. G4 cameras can be used for astrometric and photometric applications as well as for astrophotography.

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  17. Moravian Instruments: G4 cameras are capable to use large CCD detectors with 36 × 36 mm area, which is 50% more than the area of classical film frame. Precisely regulated cooling keeps the CCD on constant temperature, which allows quality image calibration. Cameras can be equipped also with liquid-coolant heat exchanger to cool down the hot side of Peltier TEC modules, beside the two magnetic levitating fans used in air cooled cameras.

    There is a mechanical shutter inside the camera head, filter wheel for 50 × 50 mm square filters (round filters of 50 mm diameter cause vignetting on such large CCD chips) cannot be placed inside the camera head due to limited space. But it is possible to connect external filter wheel for 5 large filters to the G4 camera, the camera head already contains connector for external filter wheel control.

    Used CCD detectors are equipped with so-called “anti-blooming gate” (ABG), which drains the over-abundant charge from saturated pixels. ABG ensures the round images of bright stars, without disruptive blooming spikes. On the other side, compromising of the CCD linearity by ABG is only negligible. G4 cameras can be used for astrometric and photometric applications as well as for astrophotography.

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  18. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: ProLine PL23042 CCD Monochrome Cooled Camera CCD230-42-1-143 back illuminated midband - 2048 x 2048 Array with 15 µm pixels

    ProLine sets the standards in key performance areas that include: download speeds, cooling, low noise operation, anti-ghosting technology, image quality, and linearity. 
    ProLine download speeds are fast while maintaining low noise frame quality. 
    ProLine achieves outstanding cooling without water assist. simply set the ProLine cooling where you want it and thecamera will do the rest -- quickly and without worries. 
    ProLine frame quality is second to none thanks to careful design, implementation, and setup. 
    All cameras are assembled in our clean room under exacting conditions and
    must pass a battery of tests before being shipped. 

     

    $42,661.85 USD

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  19. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: ProLine PL23042 CCD Monochrome Cooled Camera CCD230-42-1-E10 Back illuminated broadband - 2048 x 2048 Array with 15 µm pixels

    ProLine sets the standards in key performance areas that include: download speeds, cooling, low noise operation, anti-ghosting technology, image quality, and linearity. 
    ProLine download speeds are fast while maintaining low noise frame quality. 
    ProLine achieves outstanding cooling without water assist. simply set the ProLine cooling where you want it and thecamera will do the rest -- quickly and without worries. 
    ProLine frame quality is second to none thanks to careful design, implementation, and setup. 
    All cameras are assembled in our clean room under exacting conditions and
    must pass a battery of tests before being shipped. 

     

    $42,661.85 USD

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  20. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: ProLine PL4240 CCD Monochrome Cooled Camera CCD42-40-1-368 back illuminated midband - 2048 x 2048 Array with 13.5 µm pixels

    ProLine sets the standards in key performance areas that include: download speeds, cooling, low noise operation, anti-ghosting technology, image quality, and linearity. 
    ProLine download speeds are fast while maintaining low noise frame quality. 
    ProLine achieves outstanding cooling without water assist. simply set the ProLine cooling where you want it and thecamera will do the rest -- quickly and without worries. 
    ProLine frame quality is second to none thanks to careful design, implementation, and setup. 
    All cameras are assembled in our clean room under exacting conditions and
    must pass a battery of tests before being shipped. 

     

    $40,189.85 USD

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  21. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: ProLine PL4240 CCD Monochrome Cooled Camera CCD42-40-1-075 back illuminated UV, Fused Silica - 2048 x 2048 Array with 13.5 µm pixels

    ProLine sets the standards in key performance areas that include: download speeds, cooling, low noise operation, anti-ghosting technology, image quality, and linearity. 
    ProLine download speeds are fast while maintaining low noise frame quality. 
    ProLine achieves outstanding cooling without water assist. simply set the ProLine cooling where you want it and thecamera will do the rest -- quickly and without worries. 
    ProLine frame quality is second to none thanks to careful design, implementation, and setup. 
    All cameras are assembled in our clean room under exacting conditions and
    must pass a battery of tests before being shipped. 

     

    $40,189.85 USD

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  22. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: ProLine PL4240 DD CCD Monochrome Cooled Camera CCD42-40-1-169 back illuminated Deep Depletion NIMO - 2048 x 2048 Array with 13.5 µm pixels

    ProLine sets the standards in key performance areas that include: download speeds, cooling, low noise operation, anti-ghosting technology, image quality, and linearity. 
    ProLine download speeds are fast while maintaining low noise frame quality. 
    ProLine achieves outstanding cooling without water assist. simply set the ProLine cooling where you want it and thecamera will do the rest -- quickly and without worries. 

    This version of the PL4240 uses a back-illuminated sensor on deep depletion silicon, giving improved sensitivity in the near infrared. 
    Deep depletion silicon has substantially higher dark current than standard silicon.
     

     

    $46,369.85 USD

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  23. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: ProLine PL4240 AM CCD Monochrome Cooled Camera CCD42-40-1-S04 back illuminated Deep Depletion Astro Multilayer-2 NIMO - 2048 x 2048 Array with 13.5 µm pixels

    ProLine sets the standards in key performance areas that include: download speeds, cooling, low noise operation, anti-ghosting technology, image quality, and linearity. 
    ProLine download speeds are fast while maintaining low noise frame quality. 
    ProLine achieves outstanding cooling without water assist. simply set the ProLine cooling where you want it and thecamera will do the rest -- quickly and without worries. 

    This version of the PL4240 uses a back-illuminated sensor on deep depletion silicon, giving improved sensitivity in the near infrared. 
    Deep depletion silicon has substantially higher dark current than standard silicon.
     

     

    $55,124.85 USD

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  24. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: Hyperion HPx285 Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera Sony ICX285AL monochrome sensor (no shutter) - 1360 x 1024 Imaging Array 6.45 μm Pixel Size

    Hyperion systems were developed to satisfy an OEM need for cameras with a shorter distance front-to-back. Hyperions use MicroLine electronics, and support any sensor listed for MicroLines, with one caveat: Hyperions do not support 63.5 or 65mm shutters. Hyperions offer the same deep cooling, high frame rates, and low noise as MicroLine cameras.

    At 4 x 6.75 x 3.35 inches, the Hyperion is a small camera with big camera capabilities. 
    Each component of the Hyperion camera is designed and manufactured for a long life in the most demanding conditions. Hyperion download speeds are fast yet maintain the 16-bit resolutionnecessary to produce high quality images. Hyperion cameras can cool to as much as 60°C below ambientwithout water assist. Simply set the Hyperion cooling where you want it and the camera will do the rest, quickly and without worries.

    $5,478.85 USD

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  25. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: Hyperion HPx695 Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera Sony ICX695ALG monochrome sensor (no shutter) - 2750 x 2200 Imaging Array 4.54 μm Pixel Size

    Hyperion systems were developed to satisfy an OEM need for cameras with a shorter distance front-to-back. Hyperions use MicroLine electronics, and support any sensor listed for MicroLines, with one caveat: Hyperions do not support 63.5 or 65mm shutters. Hyperions offer the same deep cooling, high frame rates, and low noise as MicroLine cameras.

    At 4 x 6.75 x 3.35 inches, the Hyperion is a small camera with big camera capabilities. 
    Each component of the Hyperion camera is designed and manufactured for a long life in the most demanding conditions. Hyperion download speeds are fast yet maintain the 16-bit resolutionnecessary to produce high quality images. Hyperion cameras can cool to as much as 60°C below ambientwithout water assist. Simply set the Hyperion cooling where you want it and the camera will do the rest, quickly and without worries.

    $6,199.85 USD

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  26. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: ProLine PL16803 Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera with 63.5 mm Shutter -  4096 x 4096 Imaging Array 9 μm Pixel Size

    ProLine sets the standards in key performance areas that include: download speeds, cooling, low noise operation, anti-ghosting technology, image quality, and linearity. 
    ProLine download speeds are fast while maintaining low noise frame quality. 
    ProLine achieves outstanding cooling without water assist. simply set the ProLine cooling where you want it and thecamera will do the rest -- quickly and without worries. 
    ProLine frame quality is second to none thanks to careful design, implementation, and setup. 
    All cameras are assembled in our clean room under exacting conditions and
    must pass a battery of tests before being shipped.

    The Kodak KAF-16803 image sensor is a redesigned version of the popular KAF-16801E image sensor (4096 x 4096 pixel resolution) with enhancements that specifically target the needs of high performance digital radiography applications. Improvements include enhanced quantum efficiency for improved DQE at higher spatial frequencies, lower noise for improved contrast in areas of high density, and anti-blooming protection to prevent image bleed from over exposure in regions outside the patient. 

    Utilizing Kodak's proprietary single gate ITO process and micro-lens technology, the KAF-16803 image sensor with its large imaging area and small pixel size provides the sensitivity, resolution and contrast necessary for high quality digital radiographs. To simplify device integration, the KAF-16803 image sensor uses the same pin-out and package as the KAF-16801E image sensor.

    $12,894.85 USD

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  27. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: MicroLine MLX285 Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera Sony ICX285 (no shutter) - 1360 x 1024 Imaging Array 6.45 μm Pixel Size

    At 3.7 x 3.7 x 4.8 inches the MicroLine is a small camera with big camera capabilities. Each component of the MicroLine camera is designed and manufactured for a long life in the most demanding conditions. 
    MicroLine download speeds are fast yet maintain the 16-bit resolution necessary to produce high quality images.
    MicroLine cameras can achieve up to 60°C below ambient cooling without water assist. Simply set the MicroLine cooling where you want it and the camera will do the rest,quickly and without worries.

    The MLx285 hardware can be configured for microsecond or millisecond exposure resolution. When set up for microsecond timing, the exposure range is 100 microseconds to 35 minutes. When set up for millisecond timing, the exposure range is 1 millisecond to 24 days

     

     

    $5,169.85 USD

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  28. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: MicroLine MLX695 Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera Sony ICX695 (no shutter) - 2750 x 2200 Imaging Array 4.54 μm Pixel Size

    High quantum efficiency and exceptionally low read noise give the MLx695 sensitivity down to microlux from visible to the near infrared. 
    High spatial resolution makes the MLx695 ideal for low light applications such as fluorescence.
    Standard configuration: single channel with softwareselectable
    download speeds: 1.7 MHz for exceptionally low noise, and 12 MHz (about 1 frame per second).
    Optional configuration: 2 channels at 12 MHz each (about 2 frames per second)
    Air cooling to 60°C below ambient. Optional liquid circulation for cooling to 80°C below ambient.
    Standard C-mount thread or optional FLI dovetail for use with a variety of adapters, such as Nikon F-mount or Canon EOS

    $5,890.85 USD

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  29. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: MicroLine ML16803 Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera KAF-16803 with 63.5mm Shutter  - 4096 x 4096 Imaging Array 9 μm Pixel Size

    MicroLine is smaller and lighter-weight than the competition, but outperforms them in key areas such as noise, frame quality, download speeds, bit-depth, and CCD cooling.

    At 3.7 x 3.7 x 4.8 inches the MicroLine is a small camera with big camera capabilities.
    Each component of the MicroLine camera is designed and manufactured for a long life in the most demanding conditions.
    MicroLine download speeds are fast yet maintain the 16-bit resolution necessary to produce high quality images. MicroLine cameras can achieve up to 60°C below ambient cooling without water assist. Simply set the MicroLine cooling where you want it and the camera will do the rest, quickly and without worries.

     

    $12,894.85 USD

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  30. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: MicroLine ML16803 Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera KAF-16803 with 63.5mm Shutter  - 4096 x 4096 Imaging Array 9 μm Pixel Size

    MicroLine is smaller and lighter-weight than the competition, but outperforms them in key areas such as noise, frame quality, download speeds, bit-depth, and CCD cooling.

    At 3.7 x 3.7 x 4.8 inches the MicroLine is a small camera with big camera capabilities.
    Each component of the MicroLine camera is designed and manufactured for a long life in the most demanding conditions.
    MicroLine download speeds are fast yet maintain the 16-bit resolution necessary to produce high quality images. MicroLine cameras can achieve up to 60°C below ambient cooling without water assist. Simply set the MicroLine cooling where you want it and the camera will do the rest, quickly and without worries.

     

    $12,379.85 USD

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  31. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: MicroLine ML6303 Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera KAF-6303 with 45mm high speed shutter - 3072 x 2048 Imaging Array 9 μm Pixel Size

    At 3.7 x 3.7 x 4.8 inches the MicroLine is a small camera with big camera capabilities. Each component of the MicroLine camera is designed and manufactured for a long life in the most demanding conditions. 
    MicroLine download speeds are fast yet maintain the 16-bit resolution necessary to produce high quality images.
    MicroLine cameras can achieve up to 60°C below ambient cooling without water assist. Simply set the MicroLine cooling where you want it and the camera will do the rest,quickly and without worries.

    MicroLine CCD cameras are smaller and lighter-weight than the competition, but outperforms them in key areas such as noise, frame quality, download speeds, bit-depth, and CCD cooling. FLI MicroLine CCD cameras feature fast download speeds that simply leave the competition behind. Each component of the FLI MicroLine camera is designed and manufactured for a long life in the most demanding conditions. All major components are CNC machined and you’re looking at only the highest quality electrical components and circuit boards with logo, serial number and focal plane indicators laser-etched on the surface – not printed. FLI designed photo-etched stainless-steel shutters are field-serviceable should they ever encounter damage and the sensor is hermetically sealed from dust and moisture. What sets FLI MicroLine CCD Cameras apart is their small form factor. At 3.7 x 3.7 x 5 inches (HWL), the FLI MicroLine is a small camera with big camera capabilities! The Microline improves upon the highly successful FLI MaxCam design in a number of key areas including cooling, download speeds, clear aperture, and sensor capability. The ML6303E CCD Camera features the Kodak Full Frame KAF-6303E Grade 2 Sensor and a 45mm high-speed mechanical shutter. Fully field-serviceable and hermetically sealed from dust and moisture. CCD can be operated at -30° deg C with typical room temperatures and without the need for water cooling or special cooling sequences. The FLI MicroLine CCD Camera is CNC machined with only the highest quality electrical components and circuit boards. The FLI MicroLine’s robust cooling design achieves a sustainable cooling performance of 50-55° deg C below ambient. The camera’s CCD can be operated at -30° deg C with typical room temperatures and without the need for water cooling (sold as a separate option). Conventional imaging cameras move the image data directly from the image sensor to the USB port, making them susceptible to added artifacts due to PC processing tasks, processor speed, and other PC-related issues. The MicroLine avoids these issues with its internal frame buffer, thus allowing an image to be quickly read out and downloaded to the PC. This allows the PC to take the image at whatever speed it is capable of without introducing any artifacts to the image. When it comes the FLI MicroLine, you get system compatibility and mounting options as well as mechanical shutter, liquid cooling, and Anti-Dew Technology options that will help you trick out your camera the way you want it. The MicroLine line of CCD cameras is compatible with all FLI imaging accessories, including the Precision line of Color Filter Wheels and Digital Focusers. MicroLine camera adapters are available for microscope, telescope and machine vision connectivity.

    $9,804.85 USD

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  32. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: MicroLine ML23042 Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera CCD230-42-1-143 back illuminated midband with shutter - 2048 x 2048 Imaging Array 15 μm Pixel Size

    MicroLine is smaller and lighter-weight than the competition, but outperforms them in key areas such as noise, frame quality, download speeds, bit-depth, and CCD cooling.

    At 3.7 x 3.7 x 4.8 inches the MicroLine is a small camera with big camera capabilities.
    Each component of the MicroLine camera is designed and manufactured for a long life in the most demanding conditions.
    MicroLine download speeds are fast yet maintain the 16-bit resolution necessary to produce high quality images. The MicroLine ML23042 camera can achieve up to 50°C below ambient cooling without water assist. Simply set the MicroLine cooling where you want it and the camera will do the rest, quickly and without worries.

     

    $41,116.85 USD

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  33. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: MicroLine ML23042 Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera CCD230-42-1-E10 back illuminated broadband with shutter - 2048 x 2048 Imaging Array 15 μm Pixel Size

    MicroLine is smaller and lighter-weight than the competition, but outperforms them in key areas such as noise, frame quality, download speeds, bit-depth, and CCD cooling.

    At 3.7 x 3.7 x 4.8 inches the MicroLine is a small camera with big camera capabilities.
    Each component of the MicroLine camera is designed and manufactured for a long life in the most demanding conditions.
    MicroLine download speeds are fast yet maintain the 16-bit resolution necessary to produce high quality images. The MicroLine ML23042 camera can achieve up to 50°C below ambient cooling without water assist. Simply set the MicroLine cooling where you want it and the camera will do the rest, quickly and without worries.

     

     

    $41,116.85 USD

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  34. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: MicroLine ML4210 Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera CCD42-10-1-970 back illuminated midband with 45mm high speed shutter - 2048 x 512 Imaging Array 13.5 μm Pixel Size

    MicroLine is smaller and lighter-weight than the competition, but outperforms them in key areas such as noise, frame quality, download speeds, bit-depth, and CCD cooling.

    At 3.7 x 3.7 x 4.8 inches the MicroLine is a small camera with big camera capabilities.
    Each component of the MicroLine camera is designed and manufactured for a long life in the most demanding conditions.
    MicroLine download speeds are fast yet maintain the 16-bit resolution necessary to produce high quality images. The MicroLine ML4210 camera can achieve up to 55°C below ambient cooling without water assist. Simply set the MicroLine cooling where you want it and the camera will do the rest, quickly and without worries.

     

    $18,250.85 USD

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  35. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: MicroLine ML4210 Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera CCD42-10-1-313 back illuminated UV (AIMO) with 45mm high speed shutter - 2048 x 512 Imaging Array 13.5 μm Pixel Size

    MicroLine is smaller and lighter-weight than the competition, but outperforms them in key areas such as noise, frame quality, download speeds, bit-depth, and CCD cooling.

    At 3.7 x 3.7 x 4.8 inches the MicroLine is a small camera with big camera capabilities.
    Each component of the MicroLine camera is designed and manufactured for a long life in the most demanding conditions.
    MicroLine download speeds are fast yet maintain the 16-bit resolution necessary to produce high quality images. The MicroLine ML4210 camera can achieve up to 55°C below ambient cooling without water assist. Simply set the MicroLine cooling where you want it and the camera will do the rest, quickly and without worries.

     

    $18,405.35 USD

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  36. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: MicroLine ML4210 Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera CCD42-10-1-319 back illuminated enhanced broadband with 45mm high speed shutter - 2048 x 512 Imaging Array 13.5 μm Pixel Size

    MicroLine is smaller and lighter-weight than the competition, but outperforms them in key areas such as noise, frame quality, download speeds, bit-depth, and CCD cooling.

    At 3.7 x 3.7 x 4.8 inches the MicroLine is a small camera with big camera capabilities.
    Each component of the MicroLine camera is designed and manufactured for a long life in the most demanding conditions.
    MicroLine download speeds are fast yet maintain the 16-bit resolution necessary to produce high quality images. The MicroLine ML4210 camera can achieve up to 55°C below ambient cooling without water assist. Simply set the MicroLine cooling where you want it and the camera will do the rest, quickly and without worries.

     

    $19,074.85 USD

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  37. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: MicroLine ML4240 AM Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera CCD42-40-1-S04 back illuminated NIMO Astro M2 with 45mm high speed shutter - 2048 x 2048 Imaging Array 13.5 μm Pixel Size

    At 3.7 x 3.7 x 4.8 inches the MicroLine is a small camera with big camera capabilities. 
    Each component of the MicroLine camera is designed and manufactured for a long life in the most demanding conditions. 
    MicroLine download speeds are fast yet maintain the 16-bit resolution necessary to produce high quality images.
    MicroLine cameras can achieve up to 60°C below ambient cooling without water assist.
    This version of the ML4240 uses a back-illuminated sensor on deep depletion silicon with an enhanced multilayer coating, giving high quantum efficiency across the visible and into the near infrared. Deep depletion silicon has substantially higher dark current than standard silicon.

    $54,094.85 USD

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  38. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: MicroLine ML4240 Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera CCD42-40-1-368 back illuminated midband with 45mm high speed shutter - 2048 x 2048 Imaging Array 13.5 μm Pixel Size

    At 3.7 x 3.7 x 4.8 inches the MicroLine is a small camera with big camera capabilities. 
    Each component of the MicroLine camera is designed and manufactured for a long life in the most demanding conditions. 
    MicroLine download speeds are fast yet maintain the 16-bit resolution necessary to produce high quality images.
    MicroLine cameras can achieve up to 60°C below ambient cooling without water assist. Simply set the MicroLine cooling where you want it and the camera will do the rest, quickly and without worries.

    $38,644.85 USD

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  39. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: MicroLine ML4240 Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera CCD42-40-1-075 back illuminated UV (NIMO) with 45mm high speed shutter, Fused Silica - 2048 x 2048 Imaging Array 13.5 μm Pixel Size

    At 3.7 x 3.7 x 4.8 inches the MicroLine is a small camera with big camera capabilities. 
    Each component of the MicroLine camera is designed and manufactured for a long life in the most demanding conditions. 
    MicroLine download speeds are fast yet maintain the 16-bit resolution necessary to produce high quality images.
    MicroLine cameras can achieve up to 60°C below ambient cooling without water assist. Simply set the MicroLine cooling where you want it and the camera will do the rest, quickly and without worries.

    $38,644.85 USD

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  40. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: MicroLine ML4710 AM Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera CCD47-10-1-197 BI Astro Multi-2 deep depletion (NIMO) with 45mm high speed shutter - 1024 x 1024 Imaging Array 13 μm Pixel Size

    At 3.7 x 3.7 x 4.8 inches the MicroLine is a small camera with big camera capabilities. 
    Each component of the MicroLine camera is designed and manufactured for a long life in the most demanding conditions. 
    MicroLine download speeds are fast yet maintain the 16-bit resolution necessary to produce high quality images.
    MicroLine cameras can achieve up to 60°C below ambient cooling without water assist.

    This version of the ML4710 uses a back-illuminated sensor on deep depletion silicon with an enhance multilayer coating, giving high quantum efficiency across the visible and into the near infrared. Deep depletion silicon has substantially higher dark current than standard silicon.

    $17,380.50 USD

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  41. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: MicroLine ML4710 Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera CCD47-10-1-353 BI midband with 25mm high speed shutter - 1024 x 1024 Imaging Array 13 μm Pixel Size

    At 3.7 x 3.7 x 4.8 inches the MicroLine is a small camera with big camera capabilities. 
    Each component of the MicroLine camera is designed and manufactured for a long life in the most demanding conditions. 
    MicroLine download speeds are fast yet maintain the 16-bit resolution necessary to produce high quality images.
    MicroLine cameras can achieve up to 60°C below ambient cooling without water assist.

     

    $14,954.85 USD

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  42. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: MicroLine ML4710 Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera CCD47-10-1-371 Back Illuminated broadband with 25mm high speed shutter - 1024 x 1024 Imaging Array 13 μm Pixel Size

    At 3.7 x 3.7 x 4.8 inches the MicroLine is a small camera with big camera capabilities. 
    Each component of the MicroLine camera is designed and manufactured for a long life in the most demanding conditions. 
    MicroLine download speeds are fast yet maintain the 16-bit resolution necessary to produce high quality images.
    MicroLine cameras can achieve up to 60°C below ambient cooling without water assist.

     

    $14,954.85 USD

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  43. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: MicroLine ML4710 Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera CCD47-10-1-373 Back Illuminated UV with 25mm high speed shutter, Fused Silica - 1024 x 1024 Imaging Array 13 μm Pixel Size

    At 3.7 x 3.7 x 4.8 inches the MicroLine is a small camera with big camera capabilities. 
    Each component of the MicroLine camera is designed and manufactured for a long life in the most demanding conditions. 
    MicroLine download speeds are fast yet maintain the 16-bit resolution necessary to produce high quality images.
    MicroLine cameras can achieve up to 60°C below ambient cooling without water assist.

     

    $15,160.85 USD

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  44. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: MicroLine ML4710 DD Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera CCD47-10-1-109 Back Illuminated deep depletion (NIMO) with 25mm high speed shutter - 1024 x 1024 Imaging Array 13 μm Pixel Size

    At 3.7 x 3.7 x 4.8 inches the MicroLine is a small camera with big camera capabilities. 
    Each component of the MicroLine camera is designed and manufactured for a long life in the most demanding conditions. 
    MicroLine download speeds are fast yet maintain the 16-bit resolution necessary to produce high quality images.
    MicroLine cameras can achieve up to 60°C below ambient cooling without water assist.

    This version of the ML4710 uses a back-illuminated sensor on deep depletion silicon for enhanced near infrared sensitivity. 
    Deep depletion silicon has substantially higher dark current than standard silicon.

     

    $16,808.85 USD

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  45. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: MicroLine ML4720 Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera CCD47-20-1-339 AIMO back illuminated midband (no shutter) - 1024 x 1024 Imaging Array 13 μm Pixel Size

    The ML4720 uses a back-illuminated frame transfer sensorfrom e2v technologies. Half of the sensor is covered with a metal mask; half is exposed to light. 
    The exposed side of the sensor is centered in the camera aperture. The image is moved from the exposed side to the masked side in about 10 milliseconds, then read out from the masked side while a new exposure is integrating on the exposed side. (Therefore, frameto-frame timing depends in great part on the digitization speed.)
    The default configuration for the camera is two channel readout with software-selectable digitization speeds of 500 kHz and 4 MHz per channel. (Single channel readout is available on request, as are different digitization speeds.)
    The midband and broadband versions of the sensor are operated in MPP mode (low dark current). The UV version of the sensor is non-MPP

    $19,074.85 USD

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  46. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: Hyperion HP4710-1-DD Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera CCD47-10-1-109 deep depletion with 25mm shutter- 1024 x 1024 Imaging Array 13 μm Pixel Size

    Hyperion systems were developed to satisfy an OEM need for cameras with a shorter distance front-to-back. Hyperions use MicroLine electronics, and support any sensor listed for MicroLines, with one caveat: Hyperions do not support 63.5 or 65mm shutters. Hyperions offer the same deep cooling, high frame rates, and low noise as MicroLine cameras.

    At 4 x 6.75 x 3.35 inches, the Hyperion is a small camera with big camera capabilities. 
    Each component of the Hyperion camera is designed and manufactured for a long life in the most demanding conditions. Hyperion download speeds are fast yet maintain the 16-bit resolution necessary to produce high quality images. Hyperion cameras can cool to as much as 60°C below ambientwithout water assist. Simply set the Hyperion cooling where you want it and the camera will do the rest, quickly and without worries.

    $17,117.85 USD

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  47. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: Hyperion HP4710-1-MB Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera CCD47-10-1-353 midband with 25mm shutter - 1024 x 1024 imaging array 13 μm Pixel Size

    At 4 x 6.75 x 3.35 inches, the Hyperion is a small camera with big camera capabilities. Hyperion systems were developed to satisfy an OEM need for cameras with a shorter distance front-to-back. Hyperions use MicroLine electronics, and support any sensor listed for MicroLines, with one caveat: Hyperions do not support 63.5 or 65mm shutters. Hyperions offer the same deep cooling, high frame rates, and low noise as MicroLine cameras. - 1024 x 1024 Imaging Array 13 μm Pixel Size

    Each component of the Hyperion camera is designed and manufactured for a long life in the most demanding conditions. Hyperion download speeds are fast yet maintain the 16-bit resolution necessary to produce high quality images. Hyperion cameras can cool to as much as 60°C below ambientwithout water assist. Simply set the Hyperion cooling where you want it and the camera will do the rest, quickly and without worries.

    $15,315.35 USD

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  48. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: Hyperion HP4710-1-UV Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera CCD47-10-1-373 UV with 25mm shutter- 1024 x 1024 Imaging Array 13 μm Pixel Size

    Hyperion systems were developed to satisfy an OEM need for cameras with a shorter distance front-to-back. Hyperions use MicroLine electronics, and support any sensor listed for MicroLines, with one caveat: Hyperions do not support 63.5 or 65mm shutters. Hyperions offer the same deep cooling, high frame rates, and low noise as MicroLine cameras.

    At 4 x 6.75 x 3.35 inches, the Hyperion is a small camera with big camera capabilities. 
    Each component of the Hyperion camera is designed and manufactured for a long life in the most demanding conditions. Hyperion download speeds are fast yet maintain the 16-bit resolution necessary to produce high quality images. Hyperion cameras can cool to as much as 60°C below ambientwithout water assist. Simply set the Hyperion cooling where you want it and the camera will do the rest, quickly and without worries.

    $15,469.85 USD

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  49. Flight Lakes Instrumentation: Hyperion HP4710-1-BB Monochrome CCD Cooled Camera CCD47-10-1-371 broadband with 25mm shutter - 1024 x 1024 Imaging Array 13 μm Pixel Size

    Hyperion systems were developed to satisfy an OEM need for cameras with a shorter distance front-to-back. Hyperions use MicroLine electronics, and support any sensor listed for MicroLines, with one caveat: Hyperions do not support 63.5 or 65mm shutters. Hyperions offer the same deep cooling, high frame rates, and low noise as MicroLine cameras.

    At 4 x 6.75 x 3.35 inches, the Hyperion is a small camera with big camera capabilities. 
    Each component of the Hyperion camera is designed and manufactured for a long life in the most demanding conditions. Hyperion download speeds are fast yet maintain the 16-bit resolution necessary to produce high quality images. Hyperion cameras can cool to as much as 60°C below ambientwithout water assist. Simply set the Hyperion cooling where you want it and the camera will do the rest, quickly and without worries.

    $15,315.35 USD

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  50. Moravian Instruments:  Gx series of cooled astronomical cameras evolved through many revisions, each bringing improvements, new features or just more aesthetic design. We are proud these cameras are now used to capture state-of-the-art astrophotographs (just see our Gallery section) as well as to acquire professional-grade research data. Now we introduce redesigned cameras with important enhancements, so they deserve denotation Mark II.
    Gx Mark II cameras inherited all proven design concepts and features from the previous generation cameras (we now call them Mark I). To hint such inheritance, Mark II cameras look similar to Mark I (camera head shape, allowing optimal placement of internal components, also belongs among the proven concepts). But still, Mark II cameras look differently, with modern design hinting they are significantly enhanced compared to their predecessors.
    Mark I cameras already reached read noise very close to the CCD sensor limit, so there is no room for significant improvement here. Also the response linearity was limited by the sensor, not by the camera electronics. Cooling was enhanced with the introduction of EC (Enhanced Cooling) option for Mark I cameras and users capture single exposures up to 20 minutes long, so the need for even better cooling it not that pressing. Overall modular mechanical design, allowing stacking of various internal or external filter wheels, off-axis guiders and telescope adapters with exceptionally low back-focal distance, also fulfilled requirements of majority of users.

    Faster download
    Mark II cameras brought two major enhancements compared to their predecessors. The first one is the download time lowered around 2.5× in the low-noise read mode and around 2.7× in the preview mode. For example, full resolution (no binning) preview image of the popular G2-8300 camera is now downloaded in 3.5 seconds instead of 10 seconds, necessary to download image from Mark I model.What is very important, we made sure not to harm any other quality parameter when downloading images faster. Typically a read noise increases with faster download, so we paid big attention to keep the read noise at CCD sensor limit (in fact, Mark II read noise is even very slightly lower compared to Mark I). Because low read noise is sometimes achieved “artificially”, at the expense of some other parameter, we also took care to preserve camera linear response, a very important feature for scientific and research application.

    Adjustable adapters
    Despite careful alignment of the sensor to be perpendicular to the optical axis during camera manufacturing, some users could experience slight misalignment (sometimes caused by imprecise sensor position within the camera head, but often caused also by external filter wheel, telescope adapter, used corrector, focuser etc.). All Mark II cameras are equipped with adjustable telescope/lens adapters. Adjustable adapters can be mounted directly to the camera head or to the external filter wheel front shell.
    When a single exposure spans 5 or even 10 minutes, download time in the order of tens of seconds is not very important. But when the target object is being centered within the field of view, camera is being focused, or when a series of short exposures is acquired e.g. during the course of photometry measurement, faster download is always beneficial. Take for instance a series of 30 seconds long exposures performed with G4-16000 camera (such short exposures are normal when capturing photometry of some bright object).
    While the Mark I camera needs ~60 seconds to perform one clear-exposure-read-save cycle, Mark II G4 camera performs the same cycle in just ~45 seconds. This means Mark II camera can gather 33% more data during the observing session.
    The adapters are designed to allow easy adjustments of the optical axis. They contain ring-shaped spring, capable to hold even the heavy G4 camera with EFW in position, defined by three precision pulling screws. Pushing screws are also present, but not necessary for adjustments — they are included to fix the position after the alignment finished.

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  51. Moravian Instruments:  Gx series of cooled astronomical cameras evolved through many revisions, each bringing improvements, new features or just more aesthetic design. We are proud these cameras are now used to capture state-of-the-art astrophotographs (just see our Gallery section) as well as to acquire professional-grade research data. Now we introduce redesigned cameras with important enhancements, so they deserve denotation Mark II.
    Gx Mark II cameras inherited all proven design concepts and features from the previous generation cameras (we now call them Mark I). To hint such inheritance, Mark II cameras look similar to Mark I (camera head shape, allowing optimal placement of internal components, also belongs among the proven concepts). But still, Mark II cameras look differently, with modern design hinting they are significantly enhanced compared to their predecessors.
    Mark I cameras already reached read noise very close to the CCD sensor limit, so there is no room for significant improvement here. Also the response linearity was limited by the sensor, not by the camera electronics. Cooling was enhanced with the introduction of EC (Enhanced Cooling) option for Mark I cameras and users capture single exposures up to 20 minutes long, so the need for even better cooling it not that pressing. Overall modular mechanical design, allowing stacking of various internal or external filter wheels, off-axis guiders and telescope adapters with exceptionally low back-focal distance, also fulfilled requirements of majority of users.

    Faster download
    Mark II cameras brought two major enhancements compared to their predecessors. The first one is the download time lowered around 2.5× in the low-noise read mode and around 2.7× in the preview mode. For example, full resolution (no binning) preview image of the popular G2-8300 camera is now downloaded in 3.5 seconds instead of 10 seconds, necessary to download image from Mark I model.What is very important, we made sure not to harm any other quality parameter when downloading images faster. Typically a read noise increases with faster download, so we paid big attention to keep the read noise at CCD sensor limit (in fact, Mark II read noise is even very slightly lower compared to Mark I). Because low read noise is sometimes achieved “artificially”, at the expense of some other parameter, we also took care to preserve camera linear response, a very important feature for scientific and research application.

    Adjustable adapters
    Despite careful alignment of the sensor to be perpendicular to the optical axis during camera manufacturing, some users could experience slight misalignment (sometimes caused by imprecise sensor position within the camera head, but often caused also by external filter wheel, telescope adapter, used corrector, focuser etc.). All Mark II cameras are equipped with adjustable telescope/lens adapters. Adjustable adapters can be mounted directly to the camera head or to the external filter wheel front shell.
    When a single exposure spans 5 or even 10 minutes, download time in the order of tens of seconds is not very important. But when the target object is being centered within the field of view, camera is being focused, or when a series of short exposures is acquired e.g. during the course of photometry measurement, faster download is always beneficial. Take for instance a series of 30 seconds long exposures performed with G4-16000 camera (such short exposures are normal when capturing photometry of some bright object).
    While the Mark I camera needs ~60 seconds to perform one clear-exposure-read-save cycle, Mark II G4 camera performs the same cycle in just ~45 seconds. This means Mark II camera can gather 33% more data during the observing session.
    The adapters are designed to allow easy adjustments of the optical axis. They contain ring-shaped spring, capable to hold even the heavy G4 camera with EFW in position, defined by three precision pulling screws. Pushing screws are also present, but not necessary for adjustments — they are included to fix the position after the alignment finished.

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  52. Moravian Instruments:  Gx series of cooled astronomical cameras evolved through many revisions, each bringing improvements, new features or just more aesthetic design. We are proud these cameras are now used to capture state-of-the-art astrophotographs (just see our Gallery section) as well as to acquire professional-grade research data. Now we introduce redesigned cameras with important enhancements, so they deserve denotation Mark II.
    Gx Mark II cameras inherited all proven design concepts and features from the previous generation cameras (we now call them Mark I). To hint such inheritance, Mark II cameras look similar to Mark I (camera head shape, allowing optimal placement of internal components, also belongs among the proven concepts). But still, Mark II cameras look differently, with modern design hinting they are significantly enhanced compared to their predecessors.
    Mark I cameras already reached read noise very close to the CCD sensor limit, so there is no room for significant improvement here. Also the response linearity was limited by the sensor, not by the camera electronics. Cooling was enhanced with the introduction of EC (Enhanced Cooling) option for Mark I cameras and users capture single exposures up to 20 minutes long, so the need for even better cooling it not that pressing. Overall modular mechanical design, allowing stacking of various internal or external filter wheels, off-axis guiders and telescope adapters with exceptionally low back-focal distance, also fulfilled requirements of majority of users.

    Faster download
    Mark II cameras brought two major enhancements compared to their predecessors. The first one is the download time lowered around 2.5× in the low-noise read mode and around 2.7× in the preview mode. For example, full resolution (no binning) preview image of the popular G2-8300 camera is now downloaded in 3.5 seconds instead of 10 seconds, necessary to download image from Mark I model.What is very important, we made sure not to harm any other quality parameter when downloading images faster. Typically a read noise increases with faster download, so we paid big attention to keep the read noise at CCD sensor limit (in fact, Mark II read noise is even very slightly lower compared to Mark I). Because low read noise is sometimes achieved “artificially”, at the expense of some other parameter, we also took care to preserve camera linear response, a very important feature for scientific and research application.

    Adjustable adapters
    Despite careful alignment of the sensor to be perpendicular to the optical axis during camera manufacturing, some users could experience slight misalignment (sometimes caused by imprecise sensor position within the camera head, but often caused also by external filter wheel, telescope adapter, used corrector, focuser etc.). All Mark II cameras are equipped with adjustable telescope/lens adapters. Adjustable adapters can be mounted directly to the camera head or to the external filter wheel front shell.
    When a single exposure spans 5 or even 10 minutes, download time in the order of tens of seconds is not very important. But when the target object is being centered within the field of view, camera is being focused, or when a series of short exposures is acquired e.g. during the course of photometry measurement, faster download is always beneficial. Take for instance a series of 30 seconds long exposures performed with G4-16000 camera (such short exposures are normal when capturing photometry of some bright object).
    While the Mark I camera needs ~60 seconds to perform one clear-exposure-read-save cycle, Mark II G4 camera performs the same cycle in just ~45 seconds. This means Mark II camera can gather 33% more data during the observing session.
    The adapters are designed to allow easy adjustments of the optical axis. They contain ring-shaped spring, capable to hold even the heavy G4 camera with EFW in position, defined by three precision pulling screws. Pushing screws are also present, but not necessary for adjustments — they are included to fix the position after the alignment finished.

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  53. Moravian Instruments:  Gx series of cooled astronomical cameras evolved through many revisions, each bringing improvements, new features or just more aesthetic design. We are proud these cameras are now used to capture state-of-the-art astrophotographs (just see our Gallery section) as well as to acquire professional-grade research data. Now we introduce redesigned cameras with important enhancements, so they deserve denotation Mark II.
    Gx Mark II cameras inherited all proven design concepts and features from the previous generation cameras (we now call them Mark I). To hint such inheritance, Mark II cameras look similar to Mark I (camera head shape, allowing optimal placement of internal components, also belongs among the proven concepts). But still, Mark II cameras look differently, with modern design hinting they are significantly enhanced compared to their predecessors.
    Mark I cameras already reached read noise very close to the CCD sensor limit, so there is no room for significant improvement here. Also the response linearity was limited by the sensor, not by the camera electronics. Cooling was enhanced with the introduction of EC (Enhanced Cooling) option for Mark I cameras and users capture single exposures up to 20 minutes long, so the need for even better cooling it not that pressing. Overall modular mechanical design, allowing stacking of various internal or external filter wheels, off-axis guiders and telescope adapters with exceptionally low back-focal distance, also fulfilled requirements of majority of users.

    Faster download
    Mark II cameras brought two major enhancements compared to their predecessors. The first one is the download time lowered around 2.5× in the low-noise read mode and around 2.7× in the preview mode. For example, full resolution (no binning) preview image of the popular G2-8300 camera is now downloaded in 3.5 seconds instead of 10 seconds, necessary to download image from Mark I model.What is very important, we made sure not to harm any other quality parameter when downloading images faster. Typically a read noise increases with faster download, so we paid big attention to keep the read noise at CCD sensor limit (in fact, Mark II read noise is even very slightly lower compared to Mark I). Because low read noise is sometimes achieved “artificially”, at the expense of some other parameter, we also took care to preserve camera linear response, a very important feature for scientific and research application.

    Adjustable adapters
    Despite careful alignment of the sensor to be perpendicular to the optical axis during camera manufacturing, some users could experience slight misalignment (sometimes caused by imprecise sensor position within the camera head, but often caused also by external filter wheel, telescope adapter, used corrector, focuser etc.). All Mark II cameras are equipped with adjustable telescope/lens adapters. Adjustable adapters can be mounted directly to the camera head or to the external filter wheel front shell.
    When a single exposure spans 5 or even 10 minutes, download time in the order of tens of seconds is not very important. But when the target object is being centered within the field of view, camera is being focused, or when a series of short exposures is acquired e.g. during the course of photometry measurement, faster download is always beneficial. Take for instance a series of 30 seconds long exposures performed with G4-16000 camera (such short exposures are normal when capturing photometry of some bright object).
    While the Mark I camera needs ~60 seconds to perform one clear-exposure-read-save cycle, Mark II G4 camera performs the same cycle in just ~45 seconds. This means Mark II camera can gather 33% more data during the observing session.
    The adapters are designed to allow easy adjustments of the optical axis. They contain ring-shaped spring, capable to hold even the heavy G4 camera with EFW in position, defined by three precision pulling screws. Pushing screws are also present, but not necessary for adjustments — they are included to fix the position after the alignment finished.

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  54. Moravian Instruments:  Gx series of cooled astronomical cameras evolved through many revisions, each bringing improvements, new features or just more aesthetic design. We are proud these cameras are now used to capture state-of-the-art astrophotographs (just see our Gallery section) as well as to acquire professional-grade research data. Now we introduce redesigned cameras with important enhancements, so they deserve denotation Mark II.
    Gx Mark II cameras inherited all proven design concepts and features from the previous generation cameras (we now call them Mark I). To hint such inheritance, Mark II cameras look similar to Mark I (camera head shape, allowing optimal placement of internal components, also belongs among the proven concepts). But still, Mark II cameras look differently, with modern design hinting they are significantly enhanced compared to their predecessors.
    Mark I cameras already reached read noise very close to the CCD sensor limit, so there is no room for significant improvement here. Also the response linearity was limited by the sensor, not by the camera electronics. Cooling was enhanced with the introduction of EC (Enhanced Cooling) option for Mark I cameras and users capture single exposures up to 20 minutes long, so the need for even better cooling it not that pressing. Overall modular mechanical design, allowing stacking of various internal or external filter wheels, off-axis guiders and telescope adapters with exceptionally low back-focal distance, also fulfilled requirements of majority of users.

    Faster download
    Mark II cameras brought two major enhancements compared to their predecessors. The first one is the download time lowered around 2.5× in the low-noise read mode and around 2.7× in the preview mode. For example, full resolution (no binning) preview image of the popular G2-8300 camera is now downloaded in 3.5 seconds instead of 10 seconds, necessary to download image from Mark I model.What is very important, we made sure not to harm any other quality parameter when downloading images faster. Typically a read noise increases with faster download, so we paid big attention to keep the read noise at CCD sensor limit (in fact, Mark II read noise is even very slightly lower compared to Mark I). Because low read noise is sometimes achieved “artificially”, at the expense of some other parameter, we also took care to preserve camera linear response, a very important feature for scientific and research application.

    Adjustable adapters
    Despite careful alignment of the sensor to be perpendicular to the optical axis during camera manufacturing, some users could experience slight misalignment (sometimes caused by imprecise sensor position within the camera head, but often caused also by external filter wheel, telescope adapter, used corrector, focuser etc.). All Mark II cameras are equipped with adjustable telescope/lens adapters. Adjustable adapters can be mounted directly to the camera head or to the external filter wheel front shell.
    When a single exposure spans 5 or even 10 minutes, download time in the order of tens of seconds is not very important. But when the target object is being centered within the field of view, camera is being focused, or when a series of short exposures is acquired e.g. during the course of photometry measurement, faster download is always beneficial. Take for instance a series of 30 seconds long exposures performed with G4-16000 camera (such short exposures are normal when capturing photometry of some bright object).
    While the Mark I camera needs ~60 seconds to perform one clear-exposure-read-save cycle, Mark II G4 camera performs the same cycle in just ~45 seconds. This means Mark II camera can gather 33% more data during the observing session.
    The adapters are designed to allow easy adjustments of the optical axis. They contain ring-shaped spring, capable to hold even the heavy G4 camera with EFW in position, defined by three precision pulling screws. Pushing screws are also present, but not necessary for adjustments — they are included to fix the position after the alignment finished.

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  55. Moravian Instruments:  Gx series of cooled astronomical cameras evolved through many revisions, each bringing improvements, new features or just more aesthetic design. We are proud these cameras are now used to capture state-of-the-art astrophotographs (just see our Gallery section) as well as to acquire professional-grade research data. Now we introduce redesigned cameras with important enhancements, so they deserve denotation Mark II.
    Gx Mark II cameras inherited all proven design concepts and features from the previous generation cameras (we now call them Mark I). To hint such inheritance, Mark II cameras look similar to Mark I (camera head shape, allowing optimal placement of internal components, also belongs among the proven concepts). But still, Mark II cameras look differently, with modern design hinting they are significantly enhanced compared to their predecessors.
    Mark I cameras already reached read noise very close to the CCD sensor limit, so there is no room for significant improvement here. Also the response linearity was limited by the sensor, not by the camera electronics. Cooling was enhanced with the introduction of EC (Enhanced Cooling) option for Mark I cameras and users capture single exposures up to 20 minutes long, so the need for even better cooling it not that pressing. Overall modular mechanical design, allowing stacking of various internal or external filter wheels, off-axis guiders and telescope adapters with exceptionally low back-focal distance, also fulfilled requirements of majority of users.

    Faster download
    Mark II cameras brought two major enhancements compared to their predecessors. The first one is the download time lowered around 2.5× in the low-noise read mode and around 2.7× in the preview mode. For example, full resolution (no binning) preview image of the popular G2-8300 camera is now downloaded in 3.5 seconds instead of 10 seconds, necessary to download image from Mark I model.What is very important, we made sure not to harm any other quality parameter when downloading images faster. Typically a read noise increases with faster download, so we paid big attention to keep the read noise at CCD sensor limit (in fact, Mark II read noise is even very slightly lower compared to Mark I). Because low read noise is sometimes achieved “artificially”, at the expense of some other parameter, we also took care to preserve camera linear response, a very important feature for scientific and research application.

    Adjustable adapters
    Despite careful alignment of the sensor to be perpendicular to the optical axis during camera manufacturing, some users could experience slight misalignment (sometimes caused by imprecise sensor position within the camera head, but often caused also by external filter wheel, telescope adapter, used corrector, focuser etc.). All Mark II cameras are equipped with adjustable telescope/lens adapters. Adjustable adapters can be mounted directly to the camera head or to the external filter wheel front shell.
    When a single exposure spans 5 or even 10 minutes, download time in the order of tens of seconds is not very important. But when the target object is being centered within the field of view, camera is being focused, or when a series of short exposures is acquired e.g. during the course of photometry measurement, faster download is always beneficial. Take for instance a series of 30 seconds long exposures performed with G4-16000 camera (such short exposures are normal when capturing photometry of some bright object).
    While the Mark I camera needs ~60 seconds to perform one clear-exposure-read-save cycle, Mark II G4 camera performs the same cycle in just ~45 seconds. This means Mark II camera can gather 33% more data during the observing session.
    The adapters are designed to allow easy adjustments of the optical axis. They contain ring-shaped spring, capable to hold even the heavy G4 camera with EFW in position, defined by three precision pulling screws. Pushing screws are also present, but not necessary for adjustments — they are included to fix the position after the alignment finished.

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  56. Moravian Instruments: G4 Mark II cameras contain Full-Frame CCD chips OnSemi KAF with 37 × 37 mm detector area. These detectors are equipped with so-called “anti-blooming gate” (ABG), which drains the over-abundant charge from saturated pixels. ABG ensures the round images of bright stars, without disruptive blooming spikes. On the other side, compromising of the CCD linearity by ABG is only negligible. G4 cameras can be used for astrometric and photometric applications as well as ultimate camera for astrophotography.

    No matter if your target is reliable scientific data or beautiful images of deep-sky objects, G4 cameras are able to provide both.

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  57. Moravian Instruments: G4 Mark II cameras contain Full-Frame CCD chips OnSemi KAF with 37 × 37 mm detector area. These detectors are equipped with so-called “anti-blooming gate” (ABG), which drains the over-abundant charge from saturated pixels. ABG ensures the round images of bright stars, without disruptive blooming spikes. On the other side, compromising of the CCD linearity by ABG is only negligible. G4 cameras can be used for astrometric and photometric applications as well as ultimate camera for astrophotography.

    No matter if your target is reliable scientific data or beautiful images of deep-sky objects, G4 cameras are able to provide both.

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