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ZWO ASI178MM Monochrome Astronomy Camera

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Back Illuminated Sony IMX178 Sensor The ZWO ASI178MM USB3.0 Monochrome Astronomy Camera features a back-illuminated Sony IMX178 sensor with 6.4MP Resolution (3096*2080), perfect for planetary imaging. Back illumination prevents image distortion that are inherent to front-lit designs.  This camera also comes equipped with a ST4 port for guiding.  Camera Performance With its low read noise of 1.4e and fast 60FPS at max resolution, high sensitivity and 14bit ADC, the ZWO ASI178MM Monochrome Astronomy Camera is a great astronomical camera for users of all levels.    About ZWO Optical Astrophotography has never been easier. Established in 2011, ZWO Optical is a fast-growing global astroimaging camera powerhouse based in Suzhou China. They focus on building and innovating ground-breaking CMOS cameras such as the iconic ZWO ASI120MM Monochrome CMOS camera (the first-ever planetary CMOS camera to beat a CCD in the early 2010s). ZWO continues to pioneer new astrophotography technology with revolutionary features to capture exceptional quality of images of space that will last you a lifetime. Today, ZWO cameras are recognised by every passionate astrophotographer and are available in over 25 countries internationally. Product Code: ZWO-ASI178MM
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    Back Illuminated Sony IMX178 Sensor

    ZWO ASI178MM USB3.0 Monochrome Astronomy Camera

    The ZWO ASI178MM USB3.0 Monochrome Astronomy Camera features a back-illuminated Sony IMX178 sensor with 6.4MP Resolution (3096*2080), perfect for planetary imaging. Back illumination prevents image distortion that are inherent to front-lit designs. 

    This camera also comes equipped with a ST4 port for guiding. 

    Camera Performance

    With its low read noise of 1.4e and fast 60FPS at max resolution, high sensitivity and 14bit ADC, the ZWO ASI178MM Monochrome Astronomy Camera is a great astronomical camera for users of all levels. 

    ZWO ASI178MM Camera Performance

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    About ZWO Optical

    Astrophotography has never been easier.

    Established in 2011, ZWO Optical is a fast-growing global astroimaging camera powerhouse based in Suzhou China. They focus on building and innovating ground-breaking CMOS cameras such as the iconic ZWO ASI120MM Monochrome CMOS camera (the first-ever planetary CMOS camera to beat a CCD in the early 2010s). ZWO continues to pioneer new astrophotography technology with revolutionary features to capture exceptional quality of images of space that will last you a lifetime. Today, ZWO cameras are recognised by every passionate astrophotographer and are available in over 25 countries internationally.

    Product Code: ZWO-ASI178MM

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    Sensor TypeIMX178
    Sensor Size1/1.8"
    Pixel Size2.4µm
    Resolution6.4MP (3096*2080)
    Colour / MonochromeMonochrome
    FPS60fps / 30fps
    Read Noise1.4e
    ShutterRolling Shutter
    QE Peak81%
    Full Well15000e
    Exposure Range32µs-1000s
    Back Focus12.5mm
    USBUSB3.0/USB2.0
    Operating System CompatibilityWindows, Mac OSX, Linux
    Cooled?No
    Working Temperature-5°C—45°C
    Storage Temperature-20°C—60°C
    Humidity20%—80%
    UsagePlanetary Imaging, Deep Sky Imaging
    Camera Weight120g
    Warranty Information2 Years
    Additional Specifications of Product10bit ADC/14bit ADC 3096×2080 60fps / 30fps 2560×2048 62fps / 31fps 2048×1080 116fps / 58fps 1280×960 130fps / 65fps 800×600 204.7fps / 102.3fps 640×480 253.1fps / 126.5fps 320×240 479.7fps / 239.8fps
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