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Omegon Camera Easy Autoguiding-Set50

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Guiding with the Mini Guide Scope - makes astrophotography easier and needs less equipment

This small guide scope takes does the job of a 'classic' guide scope - but it is lighter and much easier to use! Previously, long and unwieldy guide scopes were used to locate a guide star. But this is no longer necessary! The sensitivity of modern astronomy cameras makes this possible. You simply attach the mini guide scope onto your telescope like a finder.

Or you can use it as a convenient, large finder scope and spend less time locating objects when visually observing.

The advantages in a nutshell:

  • mini guide scope for rapidly locating astronomical objects and guide stars
  • designed for both visual and photographic use
  • use any 1.25 inch eyepiece from your collection
  • worm-gear focuser for rapid focusing. - prevents the rotation of camera and eyepiece.

What is special about our new Omegon guide scope?

It has a built-in worm-gear focuser with 10mm displacement, allowing very precise focus adjustment. The mechanism has a fixed orientation - so there is no rotation of mounted cameras or eyepieces - or also the field of view with your guide star - when focusing.

The robust metal housing is made of black, anodized aluminium

It not only looks solid, but is very sturdy. A milled and knurled focusing ring allows straightforward and precise fine focusing. It comes with matching tube clamps and a Synta-style mounting plate to make assembly and disassembly as simple as possible.

The Omegon Pro GUIDE 1200 Camera is a compact Autoguiding solution. Additionally, it is suited for first steps in planetary, lunar and even deep-sky astrophotography.

Planetary- and Lunar-Astrophotography for Beginners: This is the right camera to start into the fascinating field of solar system astrophotography. Capturing images of Jupiter, Saturn or craters on the Moon just like you can see them through your eyepiece allows you to share your nightly astronomy experiences with your friends and family. Or you can gather around the screen and observe the Moon and planets live together.

Deep-Sky Astrophotography: The high sensitivity of this modern CMOS chip makes the imaging of Nebulas and Galaxies much easier than it was just a few years ago. These faint objects are hard to capture, but thanks to the high quantum efficiency and low read noise of the sensor you can create images showing details imperceivable through visual astronomy.

Autoguiding: You will find a suitable guide star anywhere in the sky! Even fainter stars are no problem, thanks to the high sensitivity of this modern CMOS sensor. Guide with short exposure times and a high guiding frequencies to correct even small tracking errors of your mount. Native compatibility with PHD2 and an inbuilt ST4 Guide-Port make this the ideal camera for your autoguiding needs.

Functional shape: The sturdy body made from anodized aluminium is shaped like an 1.25" eyepiece and fits every telescope. With a light weight, this camera doesn't put any additional strain on your equipment. The camera's front is equipped with a C- & CS-Mount thread or (through and adapter) a regular 1.25" filter thread. This allows you to directly attach small CCTV lenses or a vast selection of astronomical filters.

Transmission: A filter window protects the sensor chamber from dust and humidity. The Omegon Pro colour cameras are equipped with and infrared-blocking filter. Modern CMOS sensors are sensitive to infrared light, so a correct color representation in the final image is only possible by removing these wavelengths before capture. On the other hand, the Omegon Pro mono cameras feature an anti-reflection window, that is transparent to a wide range of wavelengths from the ultraviolet to the infrared. You can add your own filters for unrestricted control over your transmission curve - invaluable for advanced imaging and photometric applications.

Compatibility: The Omegon Pro cameras are compatible with a wide range of available astrophotography programs through the common interfaces ASCOM and INDI. Native compatibility is also being added to a growing number of programs, like PHD2 and N.I.N.A.

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Guiding with the Mini Guide Scope - makes astrophotography easier and needs less equipment

This small guide scope takes does the job of a 'classic' guide scope - but it is lighter and much easier to use! Previously, long and unwieldy guide scopes were used to locate a guide star. But this is no longer necessary! The sensitivity of modern astronomy cameras makes this possible. You simply attach the mini guide scope onto your telescope like a finder.

Or you can use it as a convenient, large finder scope and spend less time locating objects when visually observing.

The advantages in a nutshell:

  • mini guide scope for rapidly locating astronomical objects and guide stars
  • designed for both visual and photographic use
  • use any 1.25 inch eyepiece from your collection
  • worm-gear focuser for rapid focusing. - prevents the rotation of camera and eyepiece.

What is special about our new Omegon guide scope?

It has a built-in worm-gear focuser with 10mm displacement, allowing very precise focus adjustment. The mechanism has a fixed orientation - so there is no rotation of mounted cameras or eyepieces - or also the field of view with your guide star - when focusing.

The robust metal housing is made of black, anodized aluminium

It not only looks solid, but is very sturdy. A milled and knurled focusing ring allows straightforward and precise fine focusing. It comes with matching tube clamps and a Synta-style mounting plate to make assembly and disassembly as simple as possible.

The Omegon Pro GUIDE 1200 Camera is a compact Autoguiding solution. Additionally, it is suited for first steps in planetary, lunar and even deep-sky astrophotography.

Planetary- and Lunar-Astrophotography for Beginners: This is the right camera to start into the fascinating field of solar system astrophotography. Capturing images of Jupiter, Saturn or craters on the Moon just like you can see them through your eyepiece allows you to share your nightly astronomy experiences with your friends and family. Or you can gather around the screen and observe the Moon and planets live together.

Deep-Sky Astrophotography: The high sensitivity of this modern CMOS chip makes the imaging of Nebulas and Galaxies much easier than it was just a few years ago. These faint objects are hard to capture, but thanks to the high quantum efficiency and low read noise of the sensor you can create images showing details imperceivable through visual astronomy.

Autoguiding: You will find a suitable guide star anywhere in the sky! Even fainter stars are no problem, thanks to the high sensitivity of this modern CMOS sensor. Guide with short exposure times and a high guiding frequencies to correct even small tracking errors of your mount. Native compatibility with PHD2 and an inbuilt ST4 Guide-Port make this the ideal camera for your autoguiding needs.

Functional shape: The sturdy body made from anodized aluminium is shaped like an 1.25" eyepiece and fits every telescope. With a light weight, this camera doesn't put any additional strain on your equipment. The camera's front is equipped with a C- & CS-Mount thread or (through and adapter) a regular 1.25" filter thread. This allows you to directly attach small CCTV lenses or a vast selection of astronomical filters.

Transmission: A filter window protects the sensor chamber from dust and humidity. The Omegon Pro colour cameras are equipped with and infrared-blocking filter. Modern CMOS sensors are sensitive to infrared light, so a correct color representation in the final image is only possible by removing these wavelengths before capture. On the other hand, the Omegon Pro mono cameras feature an anti-reflection window, that is transparent to a wide range of wavelengths from the ultraviolet to the infrared. You can add your own filters for unrestricted control over your transmission curve - invaluable for advanced imaging and photometric applications.

Compatibility: The Omegon Pro cameras are compatible with a wide range of available astrophotography programs through the common interfaces ASCOM and INDI. Native compatibility is also being added to a growing number of programs, like PHD2 and N.I.N.A.

Camera Type
Guide Camera
Pixel Size (µm)
3.75
Chip Resolution (pixels)
1280x960
Megapixels
1.2

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