Bresser MikrOkular Full HD Camera£50.00
The Bresser MikrOkular Full HD eyepiece camera is an excellent value, low cost USB imager, featuring a CMOS sensor with a resolution of 1920 x 1080px (Full HD, indivdual pixel size is 3x3 µm ).
Opticstar PX-126 Colour Video Camera & Auto Guiding Camera£129.00
The new and improved PX-126C camera. The same specs as the PX-125C but with improved software and drivers. The PX-126C is the ideal colour video and single frame camera that combines high frame rates with high sensitivity and a built-in ST4 auto-guide port.
QHY5-II Mono Planetary Imaging / Guide Camera£139.00
The QHY5-II improves on the original QHY5 for guiding and planetary imaging applications. Unlike the older camera the QHY5-II has reduced banding and improved high FPS performance
ZWO ASI120MC-S Colour 1/3" CMOS USB 3.0 Camera£153.00
The NEW USB3.0 version ZWO ASI120MC-S is an excellent choice for an affordable planetary camera or deep sky one shot colour camera for those who has just started in astro photography, but cannot spend a fortune on a specialist astro photography camera or want to replace a modified webcam or a cheaper planetary imager.
QHY5L-II Monochrome Planetary/Guide Camera£175.00
The QHY5L-II is a new QHY CMOS camera for planetary imaging applications, which can also be used as an autoguider. Unlike older CMOS technologies the QHY5L-II has no fixed pattern noise.
ZWO ASI120MM-S Monochrome 1/3" CMOS USB 3.0 Camera£181.00
The NEW USB3.0 version ZWO ASI120MM-S is an excellent choice for an affordable planetary and deep sky camera for those who has just started in astro photography, but cannot spend a fortune on a specialist astro photography camera or want to replace a modified webcam or a cheaper planetary imager.
Celestron NexImage 5 CCD Camera£215.00
Available now - Capture high resolution 5MP planetary, lunar and solar images. Combined with the included software package, NexImage 5MP can bring out tremendous detail and produce images that will rival those taken with astronomical cameras costing hundreds more.
Bresser Full HD Deep Sky Camera & Autoguider 1.25"£231.00
One of the main characteristics of the new back-illuminated SONY IMX290 CMOS sensor in the Bresser Full HD Deep-Sky Camera & Guider 1.25", is the high sensitivity to light which makes it possible to also capture deep-sky objects without active cooling.
ZWO ASI290MC USB 3.0 Colour CMOS Camera£248.00
The ZWO ASI290MC comes with a back-illuminated, 6.46mm diagonal size (type 1/2.8") Square Pixel Array Colour CMOS Image Sensor with IMPROVED VISIBLE LIGHT and NEAR INFRARED SENSITIVITY that supports 1080p.
ZWO ASI290MM Mini USB 2.0 Monochrome Small Format CMOS Camera£279.00
This camera is the smaller brother of the popular ASI290MM. It comes in a smaller, lighter body with a 1.25" form factor, with USB2.0 connection instead of USB3.0, but other than that it would be a very good alternative for those who don't necessarily need the highest framerate that comes with SUB3.0 cameras and want to save a little bit of cash for some other astronomy gadget.
Celestron Skyris 618 Cameras
Celestron's fastest camera for colour and monochromatic planetary imaging with long focal-length telescopes like Schmidt-Cassegrain and the EdgeHD series.
The celestron Skris series of cameras are the result of a marriage between Celestron and Imaging Source and feature quality components and high performance including Sony imaging sensors, high-speed USB 3.0 connections and 12-bit image output that out-performs regular 8-bit images provided by standard planetary CCDs.
The external camera housing has also been redesigned by Celestron for improved heat dissipation, minimising the temperature effect on CCD noise.
Celestron Skyris 132 CMOS Cameras
Skyris combines the unmatched expertise of The Imaging Source, with Celestron’s innovative industrial design. And of course, it’s backed by Celestron’s world-class product support and 2-year warranty. Whether you're an advanced user or a beginner, you'll love creating beautiful astroimages with these easy-to-use cameras. Capture the Sun, Moon, and planets like never before and create crisp, high-resolution images.