Open Box ZWO ASI120 Monochrome Camera - UT-12225 - SOLD
- This is an open box item in new condition
- Great for planetary imaging
- Small compact design
Open Box ZWO ASI120 Monochrome Camera - UT-12225 - SOLDThe ASI120MM Uncooled Monochrome USB 2.0 CCD Camera by ZWO can image the moon and planets, it can image the sun with the proper filtration, it comes with a 150-degree lens for "all-sky camera" views, and the ASI120MM is sensitive enough to capture bright deep-sky objects! This camera from ZWO is truly a "do everything" camera but at way less than the competition!
The ZWO ASI120MM camera uses a 1/3-inch CMOS MT9M034 sensor, with a pixel array of 1280 x 960 and a pixel size of 3.75 nanometer. Peak QE is 75-percent, with no fixed pattern noise! A clear window is included that will protect the sensor. A major bonus is the inclusion of a 150-degree wide-angle lens attachment! When connected to the camera, you can do super wide angle shots similar to that produced by an all-sky camera. Capture images of the Milky Way stretched overhead, or record the look of the night sky you experienced on a special vacation. With the ZWO Astronomy Camera, you can do it all!
One of the major features of the ZWO ASI120MM camera is its ability to deliver up to 215 frames per second at reduced resolution, or up to 35fps at full resolution. The wide range of capture resolution settings available with this camera allows you to go from planetary imaging to deep-sky quickly and easily, without the need for another camera.
The beautiful red housing of the ASI120MM is made of aluminum and sports a USB and ST4-type auto guider port. 6.5-foot cables for both are included in the box.
The 2 inch interface has M42X0.75 internal threads. The underside of the camera has one 1/4-20 thread in its center, and four M4 threads evenly spaced around the outside edge.A standard nosepiece (M42 to 1.25-inch) rounds out the package.
- ASI120 monochrome camera body
- 1.25" nosepiece
- All-sky wide angle lens
- USB cable
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