ZWO ASI678MC USB3.0 Back-Illuminated Colour CMOS Camera with SONY STARVIS 2 and Autoguider Port
AMAZING! LOW NOISE AND ULTRA-HIGH SENSITIVITY (even in near infrared)!
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Explore the Possibilities with the ASI678MC
The ZWO ASI678MC features an exciting, comparatively large 1/1.8″, 8.3M pixels IMX678 sensor that incorporates SONY STARVIS 2 technology. The result is nothing short of remarkable - an extremely low readout noise (0.6-2.7e), high sensitivity, and 12-bit ADC, ensuring superior performance for your astrophotography and microscopy needs.
- Sensor: 1/1.8″, 8.3M pixels IMX678 with SONY STARVIS 2 technology
- Readout Noise: 0.6-2.7e
- Sensitivity: Ultra-high even in near infrared
- ADC: 12-bit (analogue-to-digital converter: the higher the better)
- Autoguider Port: For seamless guiding
Unlock the Potential for Planetary, Solar, and Lunar Imaging
The ZWO ASI678MC is highly recommended for planetary, solar, and lunar imaging. Please note that solar imaging must be done using the proper front solar filter or other alternative devices, such as Daystar Quark, depending on the telescope type. If you are unsure about how to safely observe and image the sun, feel free to ask for guidance.
While slightly slower than the ASI178MC and offering only 12-bit ADC, the ASI678MC serves as an excellent alternative for very short focal length telescopes, especially for deep sky one-shot imaging. The 2-micron pixel size makes it an ideal companion to the Askar ACL200, FMA135, FMA180, and FMA230 astrograph camera lenses. Additionally, it is a great choice for much larger telescopes when used for planetary imaging or lunar photography, thanks to the different needs of pixel resolution.
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