Affordable, Cooled Multi-Spectrum Cams/h4>
TheminiCAM5S is a premium multi-purpose camera, capable for Deep Sky and Planetary imaging, as well as guiding.
The camera uses a high QE 1.2mega pixel 1/3inch 1280*960 CMOS sensor. The sensor has a peak of QE of 75%. The miniCAM5S has 30fps high speed output at the full 1280*960 resolution and 200fps at 320*240, making it a great planetary camera.
It has professional two stage TEC (with set point), which can cool the image sensor down to -45 below ambient, making it an ideal Deep Sky camera. It also has extremely low readout noise of 2e-.
The QHYminiCAM5F (#1931042, € 735,97) , an evolution of the miniCAM5S, is a highly-sensitive, cooled, CMOS camera with a built-in 9 position motor driven filter wheel and LRGB filter set.
Enhanced with long exposure capability and cools -38ºC below ambient whilst based on the same 1.2 megapixel 1/3” sensor used in the highly sensitive QHY5L-II. The 1.2 Megapixel camera is capable of capturing full 1280x960 pixel images at 30 frames per second, or 320x240@200FPS, with extremely low read noise of 2 electrons! Thermal noise is reduced significantly making this camera a great deep sky astrophotography camera.
You can install the L, R, G, B, Ha, OIII, SII, CH4 and a black filter (for dark frame capture) all on the same filter carousel. QHYCCD bundles this capable camera with 12mm LRGB filters. This gives you out-of-the-box capability of doing high resolution LRGB astrophotography, be it planetary or deep sky. Optional Ha, SII, OIII, Hb and Methane (CH4) filters are also available.
The camera comes with a 1.25-inch C-thread T-ring used to connect to the telescope. The 1.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor is very suitable for capturing smaller objects like planetary nebulae, small galaxies and globular clusters. If you have a short focal length OTA, it is also ideal for big, diffused nebulae. The miniCAM5F is a really mini camera, so it is excellent for building a compact imaging system.
Further detail information can be found on the original webpage of QHYCCD :
If you have any further questions, please send us an email to kontakt(at)baader-planetarium.de.
Please note: This QHY product is currently not in stock at Baader Planetarium, but can be pre-ordered. After we have received your order, we will order the QHY camera/accessory directly from the manufacturer immediately. The delivery time is then approx. 2 to 3 weeks. If you have ordered other products which are in stock, the partial order will be sent directly to you and the QHY backorder will be shipped free of charge as soon as we receive it.
|Sensor||CMOS Sensor MT9M034|
|Sensor Size||4.83mm x 3.63mm|
|Resolution||1280 x 960|
|Exposure Time||10μs – 1800sec|
|Cooling||Dual Stage TEC (-45C below ambient)|
|Dark Current @ -20C||0.15 eps|
|Peak QE||app. 74 % (480mm)|
|Data Bit Depth||8 bit / 12 bit|
|Telescope connection||T2 and 31,7mm (1 1/4") Telescope interface|