The camera is well suited for solar imaging using short focal length telescopes that will capture a full solar disk within the FOV.
Thanks to Sony's new global shutter CMOS imaging technology, this camera is able to provide clear and sharp images at high frame rates. The CMOS camera performance is comparable to CCD cameras, at the same time with lower readout noise and higher overall sensitivity and quantum efficiency than CCD sensors of similar size and cost. Pixelation is also eliminated.
This CMOS is a compact but powerful piece of equipment which features highly efficient heat transfer, reduced noise especially in high ambient temperatures.
Provides the shortest backfocus possible making the QHY5III174 an excellent choice for off-axis guiding.
LEMO style connectors for rugged durability.
What's in the box?
- QHY5III174 Mono camera
- Confocal ring
- USB 3.0 cable (1.5m)
- 5Pin LEMO to RJ11 guide cable
|CMOS sensor||Sony IMX174 Exmor CMOS sensor (Mono)|
|Effective pixels||1936*1216 2.35MP|
|Readout type||Progressive scan|
|Peak quantum efficiency||78%|
|Anti-amplight Control||Yes (Reduce the amplight significantly)|
|Max Frame Rate (8BIT)||138FPS @ 1936*1216 260FPS@960*600 490FPS@480*300|
|ADC Sample Depth||10/12bit, Output 8bit/12bit|
|Additional Specifications of Product||No|