This year I had the opportunity and the pleasure to attend the entire NEAIC meeting at Rockland Community College in Suffern, New York. This two day conference offered astronomy buffs many great talks on beginner, intermediate, and advanced astro-imaging.
With the schedule packed with enthusiasts from Solar, Stellar, and Planetary imaging, I found it difficult to attend all of the wonderful talks. "The little DMK" seemed to be quite a hot topic in many of the presentations this year, as well as, the social discussions (and quarrels) that followed.
As a fairly new player on the astronomy imaging scene, The Imaging Source astronomy cameras did quite well taken to its paces by so very many imaging experts!
Six of our fine resellers from "The Americas" attended the event, three of which stayed throughout the weekend selling our products. OPT, Adirondak, and Woodland Hills all ran purchasing specials on The Imaging Source cameras for both NEAIC and for the subsequent NorthEast Astronomy Forum.
Here I am in the middle of the imaging mob with John and Jim from Adirondack Astronomy.
Of the most impressive presentations, below are a couple photos from a presentation by Robert Reeves, the author of Introduction to Webcam Astrophotography. In this talk, Mr. Reeves shows the audience why the DMK 41AF02.AS is his pick for high quality, low noise, and low cost astrophotography solutions:
If this is an indication of the coming year's success for The Imaging Source cameras in the astronomy imaging market, I look forward to seeing all of our customers and dealers at this year's RTMC in Big Bear!