For a limited time only, Celestron is offering big savings on their latest solar system astronomy cameras - NexImage Burst and Skyris 132. These fast, sensitive and highly affordable CMOS cameras will have you capturing spectacular images right away, even if you are new to the hobby. Both cameras include a complete software suite to get you up and running within minutes.
The Skyris series combine SuperSpeed USB 3.0 technology with the cutting-edge Aptina AR0132 sensor.
Features the Aptina AR0132 CMOS imaging sensor, a state-of-the-art chip used by imaging companies worldwide.
This limited offer ends on September 30, 2014.
This is 2 images combined, The Super Moon of July 11 2014 with solar proms of the same day. Both Images were taken with a DMK 41AU02.AS, Coronado PST and Moon pictures taken with a Celestron C90 MAK.
Mr. Wolfgang Paech from Germany recently sent us one report from Namibia about lunar astrophotography. He captured the images with his Celestron Skyris 445M.
You can download the report of Wolfgang here:
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