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- Image Sensor: 1/3 SHARP CCD
- Horizontal Resolution: 420TV Line
- Mini Illumination: 0.1 lux/F1.2
- Lens: 6mm (optional)
- Scanning System: 2:1 interlace
- S/N Ratio: More than 48dB
- Day/Night Function: Provide various setting modes for any situation
- Synchronization: Internal
- White Balance: Auto
- Backlight Compensation: Auto
- Gamma Characteristic: >0.45
- Video Output Level: 1.0Vp-p, 75 Ohm
- Operating Temperature: -20 to 50ºC
- Shutter Speed: NTSC: 1/60 ~ 1/10,000 seconds; PAL: 1/50 ~ 1/10,000 seconds
- Power Consumption: Maximum 1.1W/300mA
- Power Consumption: DC 12V
- Dimensions: 170 x 93 x 88mm
- 1 x STD-328HC Digital Infrared CCD Camera
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- What are CCD cameras?
The charged-coupled device are, in a very simple way, devices that receive incoming photons and convert then in electrons, by adding those electrons we have at a certain time are discharged and reverted to light information, having a two dimensions matrix of this sensors its easy to imagine a 2 dimensions image at the end, this is a CCD camera. Nowadays more than 90% of sky are made using this devices.
With many advantages, high sensitivity, long term low cost, good quality, real time images and many others, this cameras brought deep sky imaging to another dimension, all this allied to hard developments in digital capabilities to process images, of course. Obviously CCD are not only advantages, there same inconvenient, its necessary some time to process images, and lots of treatments to achieve good results and that's the purpose of this pages, transmit some data so every one can begin imaging in CCD.
- What options do we have to get nice pictures with CCD?
Well, in fact, the only limitation now seems to be our wallet, we have in the market equipments starting in 300 euros to large thousands of euros, of cause this products are completely different, top equipments are mega pixies arrays, cooled in many different ways, with extremely high sensitive sensors and sophisticated anagogic to digital converters. But there are equipments to begin in CCD astrophotography for a small part of cost, and we can learn the tactics associated and get interesting results in spite of all limitations. In other hand we have in the market a lot of intermediate products that can solve most requirements at acceptable costs.
- What are the benefits of CMOS cameras?
For one thing, CMOS sensors are less expensive than their CCD counterparts. So, for some customers, if CMOS technology meets their sensitivity needs, that's what they will use.
But at least as important is the ability of CMOS cameras to increase frame rates by letting users choose a smaller, lower-resolution area within the image-a window of interest-and sending out only those pixel addresses. Let's say you have a 1020x768-Mpixel camera, but you're interested in an area that's 700x500 Mpixels. On a PC, you can set the camera to that resolution and select the rectangle anywhere on the monitor. So, you can view that area of interest while also increasing camera speed.
For example, our 12-Mpixel CleverDragon camera's window-of-interest feature can be programmed to display a maximum of 28 square windows within a single image. The camera can perform at 4096x3072-pixel resolution, at 25-fps full-frame speed, with an SNR greater than 54 db. No 12-Mpixel CCD camera will do that. They can only give you 5 fps at that resolution.