Bob Pilz, a long time customer (November 2005) of The Imaging Source has sent me a nice lunar image taken with his DMK 21BF04. He purchased this triggered camera from the machine vision side of the house, before the astronomy cameras division was established and long before I came on the scene!
In an e-mail to The Imaging Source, Bob writes:
[...] here is an image of Heraclitus taken with my DMK 21BF04 camera. It is shown 1.25x to make it easier to see the many small craters resolved in this image. This camera continues to amaze me with its sensitivity and low noise.
- Update: 2007/12/17, Utime: ~23:50
- Taken from Lat: 35 degrees 36 minutes N, Long: 82 degrees 33 minutes W, Elev: ~800m
- 200mm f/6 Newtonian reflector, Televue 3x Barlow, DMK 21BF04 B/W camera, Blue IR-block filter
- 30 fps, 1/44 sec, 200/9000 frames stacked
- Processed in Registax V4, PS CS, Focus Magic
Accompanying his e-mail was the following image: