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Old 12-09-2013, 10:25 AM
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QHY5-L-2-Mono guide and planetary camera

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selling my qhy5L2 mono guide camera that I bought off theo brand new.
its a very sensitive guide camera with a 77% QE and works well with an off axis guider. I always have stars to guide on even from suburbs. I use the TS9 OAG.

haven't had any driver issues at all and I use the ascom driver.
its far more sensitive than the qhy5 or the orion ssag.
it has a removable glass cover that can be replaced by a threaded 1.25" nosepiece as in the pics.
comes with the st4 and usb cable and the parfocal ring.
supports 12 bit format.

I haven't used it for planetary as yet but there are some good results from others.
$280 plus postage.
costs $350 new.

Alistair
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