Celestron NexImage Burst Solar System Camera

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    Get ready to create impressive images of the Moon, Sun, and planets, even if you've never tried astrophotography before. Celestron's latest high performance imaging camera is designed with beginners in mind.

    Powered by one of the best CMOS imaging sensors available

    It's what's on the inside that counts...and that's where NexImage Burst truly delivers. It may not seem much different from other entry-level planetary cameras on the market, especially when you look at the price tag. But at the heart of NexImage Burst is one of the most acclaimed CMOS imaging sensors available, the Aptina AR0132, which has defined the cutting edge in the CMOS revolution. It's the updated version of Aptina's wildly popular MT9M034 sensor, which was hailed for its speed and sensitivity. Even as little as one or two years ago, a high performance solar system camera like this would have cost hundreds more. But with the rise of CMOS imaging sensors, this rewarding hobby has become surprisingly affordable.

    Choose from NexImage Burst Color or Monochrome, depending on your experience level and the type of imaging you want to do. Those new the hobby sometimes prefer the simplicity of a one-shot color camera, which creates lifelike images right of out of the box. However, the Monochrome camera offers a bit more sensitivity, perfect for advanced imagers using a filter wheel or monochrome imaging of the Moon and its craters.

    Astrophotography: Ready out of the box

    Simply connect NexImage Burst to your computerized telescope and plug in the USB 2.0 cable to your PC. The included software suite guides you through every step of producing your celestial masterpiece. First, use the iCap software to capture raw data from the telescope, up to 120 frames per second when subframed for planetary imaging.

    Next, the software automatically identifies and tosses out the fuzzy frames captured during atmospheric instability. What remains are sharp, detailed images that you can stack to form your final image or use to create a short video of your subject. Astrophotography couldn't be easier.

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