The Titan is the exciting new dual purpose cooled CCD camera from ATIK.
It features a cooled Sony ICX 424 659 x 494 Sensor that can also operate at 15 frames per second in high speed mode.
The high frame rate gives the imager the opportunity to capture fleeting moments of high quality seeing and combined with the 16 bit digitisation and very low nosie will provide excellent lunar and planetary imaging.
Conversely the -20 degrees C cooling and high sensitivity of the Sony 424 sensor coupleed with very low (5e) read noise makes this camera a very capable deep sky tool capable of very long and dep exposures.
In addition the Titan would also make an ultra fast autoguider.
Included is the full featured Dawn software for image processing and camera control/image aquisition.
Available in colour or monochrome
Sensor: Sony ICX 424
Resolution: 659 x 494
Pixel Size: 7.4um
ADC: 16 Bit
Readout Noise: 5e
Power: 12vdc .55amps
Cooling: Thermoelectric -20 degrees C
Guide Port: ST-4 Compatible
Click here to download the free DAWN image processing and camera control software
As a complement to the filter wheel, we also developed an Off]Axis Guider, which
features just about everything needed to successfully use this kind of guiding system.
It features a moving prism which allows
selecting the best quality stars of your
corrected field of view, while maintaining
the possibility of using from small VGA
sensors up to 35mm multi megapixel full
It also features an extremely smooth and
precise fine focus system, with extension
rings of 3 different lengths, so that
different types of cameras reach focus
with different types of autoguiders.
The OAG interfaces perfectly with the EFW2, meaning that no spacing exists between
both units, keeping total backfocus requirements low.
Weight Aprox. 180g
Clear diameter 54mm
RJ11 Autoguider cable for use with ATIK cameras.
Works with most standard RJ11 type guider sockets including those found on HEQ5/EQ6 Pro mounts, Losmandy,Meade etc
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