The Webcam is Dead, Long Live The Imaging Source!

Blogged by Jonathan Maron on April 25, 2008 and tagged with Press.

Disclaimer: This text is part of a five part series, which was originally published in the UK magazine Astronomy Now. The text is copyright Pole Star Publications Ltd, the publisher of the magazine and the images are copyright Nick Howes, the astro-photographer. Text and images have been reproduced here with kind permission of Astronomy Now and Nick Howes respectively.

In the May 2008 issue of the UK magazine Astronomy Now, Nick Howes takes a look at two new high quality CCD cameras from The Imaging Source that are set to revolutionise Solar System imaging (his wording). The article is entitled The Imaging Source USB 2.0 CCD cameras and can be found starting on page 73.

The words in the title of this post, constitute the final sentence of Nick's review!

In co-operation with Astronomy Now, we will be publishing the review here in the astronomy cameras blog, serialized into five sections. One section will be published on each of the following five days.

Below, links to the five sections:

A great thanks goes out to Nick Howes and the editor of the magazine, Keith Cooper, for allowing us to publish this article here.