QHY 128C: 24 mega pixel resolution and RAW files
QHYCCD QHY128C camera has a big 43.7mm diagonal CMOS color sensor with 36 mega pixel resolution (6036 x 4028). USB3.0 interface, very low readout noise, Peltier cell cooling system (maximum delta T is -35°C below ambient) and 14bit ADC converter makes this camera the perfect model without compromises for deep-sky astrophotography. Although DSLR cameras can record images in RAW format, typically it's still not a really perfect raw image since you can find the de-noise sign on the raw images because of the hot pixel removal. But the QHY128C camera offers a TRUE RAW IMAGE OUTPUT, saving the original file and keeping the maximum flexibility for astronomy image processing.
QHY 128C: cooling and anti-fog system
The QHY128C camera has an efficient cooling system with two-stage Peltier cell that allows you to lower the temperature of the sensor down to -35°C above the ambient temperature. Furthermore, the integrated heating plate in the camera prevents fogging of the optical window in front of the sensor even in conditions of high humidity.
QHY 128C: 128MB integrated memory
Thanks to development work of QHYCCD, the QHY128C has the built-in 128 MB high-speed DDR memory allows buffering of images to avoid loss of frames, making this camera perfect for use even with low-performances control computer.
QHYCCD QHY128C color camera: scope of delivery
- QHYCCD QHY128C color camera
- 50,8mm adapter
- USB 3.0 cable
- 12V power cable with cigarette plug
In this table we have summarized main features of QHYCCD's cooled CMOS cameras to allow you to easily compare and choose the best one based on your telescope.