- Sensor type: 1.5-inch CMOS Monochrome
- Resolution: 2.3 MP
- Pixel Array: 1936 x 1216
- Pixel Size: 5.86 micrometer x 5.86 micrometer
- Maximum Frame Rate at Full Resolution: 164fps
- Maximum Frame Rate at 640 x 480: 397fps
ZWO ASI 174 Monochrome CMOS Telescope CameraThe ASI174MM Monochrome CMOS Astronomy Camera - USB 3.0 by ZWO:
When it comes to imaging cameras with advanced capabilities, the ZWO ASI174MM Monochrome CMOS Camera seems like a natural progression from the ASI120MM-S. State-of-the-art features include an ST-4 guide port, high-speed USB 3.0 port, standard 2 inch M42 x 0.75 internal thread interface, 0.25-inch tripod thread mount on the rear, and an AR window. However, it's the Sony IMX174 monochrome CMOS sensor that separates the ASI174MM from previous ASI models. The IMX174 has a lot of advantages when taking high-quality solar, lunar, planetary, and deep sky object imaging into consideration.
OPT Product Number: ZWO-ASI174MM
- ZWO ASI174MM Monochrome Astronomy Camera
- 1.25-inch Nosepiece
- 6.5-foot USB 3.0 Cable
- 6.5-foot ST4 Guiding Cable
- Driver CD
- 1.25-inch Cover
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What color filter set diameter will I need with this camera? Will my 1.25 inch Astronomik set be OK or would I be up for a 2" set and wheel? Thanks.
Given the size of the sensor used in the ZWO 174 (13.4MM corner-to-corner on the array), 1.25" filters will be more than sufficient with all but very fast (faster than f/3) optical systems. With the typical application for these cameras being lunar and p
What does AR window mean in the ASI 174 Mono camera. The 120 MC says it has a clear window. Dave
AR means Anti-Reflective. it is a clear window with coatings to prevent reflections and increase light transmission to the camera sensor.
Do you have BVI photometric filters available?
We do offer photometric filters from Astrodon: https://www.optcorp.com/telescope-filters/imaging-filters.html?f_type_of_filter_f=2871&manufacturer=141