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    Default A new camera from JTW Astronomy!



    Happy New Year!

    Our first live sky viewing camera, a very special camera, made only upon request by Mintron. This camera can detect light levels down to 0.000002 lux. We then further enhance the camera with multistage solid state deep cooling, and several of our own techniques to further reduce noise.

    JTW Messier Deep Sky Camera

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    Do you have any astrophotos, seems it is a very light sensitive ccd.
    Name: Gus OTAs: ED 100 PRO refractor, Orion ST80 (not the CF), 8" Dob stuck in Canada Mounts:HEQ5PRO Synscan mount, Manfrotto Tripod CAMS: Guidecam Philips SPC900 webcams (4), Canon unmodded-450D DSLR

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