Latest generation MONO TS 2600MP astronomical camera
The camera with the powerful Sony IMX571 sensor enables astrophotography at a very high level. This cooled CMOS sensor no longer has amplifier flare and can be used for all areas of astrophotography. Due to the high resolution of the sensor, fine details show up even at shorter focal lengths.
Another advantage is the sensational sensitivity to light. The QE of 91% thanks to the BACK ILLUMINATION technology already allows deep astrophotography with short exposure times. This makes the camera very suitable for deep sky photography.
Back lighting technology:
Sony's back-illuminated CMOS image sensor improves sensitivity and noise reduction, key factors in improving image quality, by changing the basic pixel structure from front to back exposure. The advantages of CMOS image sensors, such as low power consumption and high operating speed, have been retained.
Postexposure improves light capture while increasing the amount of light. This makes significantly shorter exposure times possible and leads to an improved quantum efficiency of 80%.
Sony has developed a unique photodiode structure and on-chip lens optimized for back-illuminated structures, resulting in higher sensitivity and lower non-light random noise by reducing noise, dark current, and defective pixels compared to traditional structure with front lighting.
No amp glow:
Conventional CMOS sensors produce a faint source of infrared light during operation, which can often be seen in the corners of uncalibrated images as a telltale sign of "amplifier brightness." Because this camera's sensor uses zero brightness circuitry, you don't have to worry about "amperage brightness" even when using high-gain, long-exposure images.
Optimum support before and after the purchase by Teleskop-Service
Thanks to many years of experience, we can offer you the best possible advice and also an excellent after-sales service. We can perform almost all services in-house. For a professional service, we also have a clean room, where we can carry out repairs, cleaning, etc. excluding dust.
Connection to correctors with M48 thread and 55 mm working distance with filter change
Most refractor field flatteners or coma correctors have a 55mm working distance and an M48x0.75 thread on the camera side. Here is an interesting suggestion for the connection. The camera has a 17.5mm back focus from the internal T2 thread. The adapters are from the camera to the corrector:
1. TSFSLM48T2 - Filter box with T2 connector on the camera side and M48 thread on the telescope side.
2. TSVF220 - 20mm M48 Extension
A total of 55.5mm back focus - 0.5mm well compensates for the filter glass path - precision landing!
||CMOS Mono Sensor IMX571
||23.5 x 15.7 mm - diagonal 28.3 mm
|Number of pixels:
||6224 x 4168 - 26 MP
|Frames per second:
||7 frames at full resolution
||Peltier cooling up to 40 °C below ambient temperature
||12 V 3 A
||USB 3.0 and USB 2.0
|Supported operating systems:
||Windows from Win7
||Diameter 80 mm - Lenght 100 mm
|Connection telescope side:
||T2 internal thread (M42x0,75)
||17.5 mm (distance sensor to internal thread)