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.
ZWO ASI120MM-S Monochrome 1/3" CMOS USB 3.0 Camera£170.00
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.
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.
ZWO ASI385MC USB 3.0 Colour CMOS Camera£310.00
The ZWO ASI385MC comes with an exciting, comparatively large, 1/2″ (8.35mm diagonal size) 2.13M pixels IMX385 Colour CMOS sensor that features SONY Exmor and DOL (Digital Overlap)-HDR technology. The result is a stunningly low read noise (0.7e),
ZWO ASI290MM USB 3.0 Monochrome CMOS Camera£311.00
The ZWO ASI290MM comes with a back-illuminated, 6.46mm diagonal size (type 1/2.8") Square Pixel Array Monochrome CMOS Image Sensor with IMPROVED VISIBLE LIGHT and NEAR INFRARED SENSITIVITY that supports 1080p.
ZWO ASI174MM USB 3.0 Monochrome CMOS Camera£586.00
This NEW camera makes SONY's Pregius Global Shutter CMOS technology available for amateurs without braking the bank. It comes with a large sensor, large pixel size, high frame rate and comparatively high resolution that makes it the best choice for a beginner who want to focus on Lunar and Solar imaging and try his skills in deep sky imaging as well.