Orion StarShoot USB Eyepiece Camera II
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About this product
- Fun and useful USB Eyepiece Camera allows you to transmit the real-time view through your telescope to a laptop or PC, and capture great digital movies and images
- Share the view of bright planets, the Moon, and terrestrial targets through your telescope with friends, family, and fellow astronomy enthusiasts.
- An affordable introduction to the rewarding hobby of astrophotography. Great for lunar and planetary shots - not suitable for deep space imaging
- Very versatile - Fits into any 1.25" telescope focuser or 1.25" step-down adapter
- Includes Orion AmCap image video capture software - compatible with Windows Operating Systems
Best for imagingLunar & planetary
Imaging sensor0.3MP Color CMOS sensor
Imaging sensor size1/4"
Pixel array640 x 480 (307,200 total)
Pixel size6.0 x 6.0
Single Shot Color
Video frame rateUp to 30 frames per second
Exposure range0.004s to 0.006s
USB connectionHigh-speed 2.0 and 1.1
This item was very simple to set up,had it operating with in minutes including the video capture.Have tried it on land objects at present, as night sky here thick with cloud.Video picture is pretty clear.I am using it on a Orion Sky scanner100 table top reflector.In my view much better viewing experience looking at laptop than eyepiece & where the whole family can see at the same time