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Old 21-01-2012, 01:49 AM
wah_is_me (Wah)
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ASI130MM - Fastest Planetary Imaging Camera in World!

ASI130MM - A New Ultra Fast Planetary Imaging Camera
1280X1024@30fps !!!
The Fastest USB2.0 camera in the world!



Sample images
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Half Moon Mosaic:
http://www.hkastroforum.net/files/20120101_hugehalfmoon30_734.jpg


South Pole of Moon:
http://www.hkastroforum.net/files/moon20120101_280.jpg


Jupiter:
http://img02.taobaocdn.com/imgextra/i2/125719055/T2A8GgXmRaXXXXXXXX_!!125719055.jpg



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Specification
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Sensor: 1/2" Mono CMOS MT9M001
(Color version available soon!)



Exposure: 32 micro sec. - 1000 sec.



Supported resolution:
1280x1024@30fps
1280x600@50fps
1280x400@70fps
800x600@70fps
800x400@100fps
640x480@100fps
600x400@130fps
400x400@170fps
480x320@190fps
320x240@320fps (Ultra fast!)



2X2bin 640x512@30fps
4X4bin 320x256@30fps



Size: 62mmX62mmX20mm (excluding 1.25" adaptor)
Weight: 100g
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Popular Software supported
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- SharpCap (capturing)
- MaximDL (capturing)
- Guidemaster (for guiding)



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Camera body 1.25" adaptor
Price: USD200 S&H (accept paypal only)
Item location: Hong Kong



Please feel free to contact me if you have more questions about this camera.
Email: wah_is_me@yahoo.com
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Old 22-01-2012, 08:21 AM
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Hi Wah

Who's producing the cameras?
What chip does it use?

Do you have pics etc?
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Old 22-01-2012, 09:15 AM
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Chip... MT9M001, Same as Qhy5 guider, cheaper though!.
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