QHY 290 Cooled Monochrome CMOS Telescope Camera

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QH-QHY290M
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  • QHY 290 Cooled Monochrome CMOS Telescope Camera

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    • Regular price $729.00
    • ITEM #
      QH-QHY290M

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    • Anti-dew heater to eliminate condensation and ice buildup
    • Anti-amp glow circuit to reduce long exposure amp glow
    • 128MB DDR memory to speed up download times

    QHY 290 Cooled Monochrome CMOS Telescope Camera

    The QHY 290 Coldmos Cooled Monochrome CMOS Camera uses an extremely sensitive BSI CMOS sensor. With its extremely low read noise, High Quantum efficiency, deep cooling, and fast frame rates, this camera performs exceptionally well for planetary and Deep space imaging. 

    The QHY290M has a 12MB DDR buffer which will prevent dropped frames and run multiple cameras without USB transfer problems. With the 12MB DDR buffer, you are able to capture still images or video footage without data being lost or corrupted.

    For more than a decade QHY has been designing cooled cameras and applied all of their knowledge to the QHY290 camera.  The full anti-dew technology includes a sealed CMOS chamber with silicon gel tube socket and a heated chamber optical window.  These features prevent dew from forming on the sensor and the chamber window allowing your to image in cold and humid environments.

    Additional Information

    ADC12 bit
    Back focus10mm
    Bayer MatrixMonochrome
    Camera ConnectionFemale M42x.075
    CooledCooled
    Delta T40°C Below Ambient
    Dynamic Range12 Stops
    Free ShippingYes
    Full Rez Frame Rate135fps
    Full Well15ke
    ManufacturerQHY
    Max Frame Rate460fps
    Mega Pixels2.1 mp
    Peak QE65.9%
    Pixel Array1920 x 1080
    Pixel Size2.9 microns
    Power Consumption12V 3A
    Read Noise3.2e
    Sensor Diagonal6.4mm
    Sensor TypeCMOS
    SensorSony IMX290
    Weight1 lbs

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