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Revolution Imager: R2! All you have to do is make some simple connections and you can use the power of the most modern technology to see on the included color monitor the mountains, valleys, and seas of The Moon.
Easily change the exposure of the video camera and seamlessly go to seeing the reds and greens of Nebulosity or even the spiral arms of The Whirlpool Galaxy. All from your backyard using the amazing sensitivity of the most modern Sony imaging chips and built-in live automated video processing.
You will be blown away at what even the most modest tracking telescopes will show you in just a few seconds of exposure!
Lunático brings to Europe the newest version improved for the manufacturer:
- easier menu to operate,
- better contrast control,
- better gain control and
- finer image processing onboard.
- This new version does a maximum of 5.12 second exposure and now stacks up to 6 images instead of 5.
Revolution Imager has been chosen as the only imaging system to be an Astronomy magazine “Star Product of 2016“. and “Hot Product in 2017” by Sky & Telescope magazine.
|The Revolution Imager has been chosen as the only imaging system to be an Astronomy magazine “Star Product of 2016“. and “Hot Product in 2017” by Sky & Telescope magazine.
The Revolution Imager R2 includes everything you need to get up-and-running and get the most out of your existing telescope. Included are:
- CCD Video camera
Camera size: 70x56x50mm.
Sensor CCD Sony iCX811
Chip size: 5.58mm x 4.67mm (typical 1/3″ )
Chip diagonal: 6mm
Pixel size: 5um
Images per sec.: de 5 secs a 1/10000
Battery with charger
- Portable 7″ LCD monitor (194x138x25mm.)
- 12v Li-Ion Battery with the charger to run both the camera and LCD screen
- 0.5x Focal Reducer to dramatically widen the field of view
- UV/IR filter
- Hand-held remote control to control the camera
- Shock-proof carry case
- All the required cables.
(*) Depending on your scope and sky conditions.
|47 Tucanae. Ken James. Revolution R1
||M16 – Eagle Nebula. Revolution Imager R1