Used Starizona HyperStar 3 Lens - 11'' Celestron EdgeHD - UT-12077 - SOLD

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  • This is a used item in very good condition
  • Turns your scope into a wide-field astrograph
  • Extremely short exposure times


Used Starizona HyperStar 3 Lens - 11'' Celestron EdgeHD - UT-12077 - SOLD

Introducing the new HyperStar 3! This new HyperStar lens now accommodates CCD chips up to 27mm diagonal, allowing for a huge field of view at incredibly fast speeds! HyperStar is based on Celestron's innovative Fastar feature. This feature allows the secondary mirror to be removed from Celestron's Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes. By mounting the HyperStar lens assembly in place of the secondary mirror, a CCD camera can be mounted at the front of the telescope allowing for a wider field of view and much faster imaging. The HyperStar lens assembly works with a variety of cameras from SBIG, Starlight Xpress, SAC, Orion, Meade, and Astrovid. Different cameras require different adapters, however. One adapter is included with the HyperStar lens. Please specify the camera being used when ordering. A holder is included for safe storage of the secondary mirror while imaging. The HyperStar systems allows the telescope to operate at a focal ratio of f/2.0, an incredible 25 times faster than the standard f/10 focal ratio! Images can be obtained in just seconds! This model includes the required adapter ring to fit the HyperStar lens to the Edge HD model telescope. An additional adapter would be required to adapt this lens to an older (non-HD) telescope. Camera models to chose from: DSI, DSI Pro, Orion StarShoot Color I/II, QHY8, QHY8 Pro, SBIG ST-237, Starlight Express and StellaCam MallinCam.


ConditionVery good
Warranty90 Day


  • Hyperstar 3 lens assembly
  • Adapter for Canon EOS*
  • Storm carry case
  • *Each camera type requires an adapter


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