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The 5" Skymatic Reflector Deep-Sky and Planetary Astrophotography Bundle includes a high-quality 5.0 inch reflector telescope with computerized GoTo azimuth mount, a 1.2 MP deep-sky, long-exposure eyepiece camera and a kit of accessories. 

The telescope is a Levenhuk Skymatic 135 GTA reflector on an azimuth AZ 114 GT SynScan computer-guided mount. With the GoTo function, the telescope is capable of locating and tracking, with incredible accuracy, over 42,000 astronomical objects stored in the microprocessor memory. The large 130 mm (5.1 inch) aperture is well-suited for astrophotography of solar system and deep-sky objects, such as the  the rings of Saturn, the seasons change on Mars, asteroids, comets, and distant nebulae and galaxies. Maximum useful magnification in the telescope is 260x with the resolution of 0.92". Such a combination ensures the highest HD picture quality with magnification suitable for many astronomical observations.

The Astrophotography Bundle includes:

  • 5.1" telescope optical tube

  • Optical design: reflector

  • Objective lens diameter (aperture), mm: 130

  • Focal length, mm: 650

  • Focal ratio: f/5

  • Highest practical power, x: 260

  • Limiting stellar magnitude: 12.7

  • Resolution threshold: 0.92

  • Eyepieces diameter: 1.25 and 2 (with an adaptor)

  • Eyepieces: achromatic, SUPER 10, SUPER 25

  • Finder scope: 6x30

  • Mount: AZ 114 GT

  • Telescope control: AZ SynScan / Auto-Tracking (optional)

  • Tripod: steel

  • Tripod height (adjustable), in: 24.8-45.28

  • 1.2 MP GCMOS deep-sky digital eyepiece camera

  • Camera telescope adapter

  • USB cable

  • Installation CD with image editing software

  • User manual and lifetime warranty

Telescope Specifications:

Optical design: reflector
Objective lens diameter (aperture), mm: 130
Focal length, mm: 650
Focal ratio: f/5
Highest practical power, x: 260
Limiting stellar magnitude: 12.7
Resolution threshold: 0.92
Eyepieces diameter: 1.25 and 2 (with an adaptor)
Eyepieces: achromatic, SUPER 10, SUPER 25
Finder scope: 6x30
Mount: AZ 114 GT
Telescope control: AZ SynScan / Auto-Tracking (optional)
Tripod: steel
Tripod height (adjustable), in: 24.8-45.28

GCMOS: ToupTek GCMOS camera is guiding CMOS camera and it adopts ultra-high performance CMOS sensor as the image-picking device. USB2.0 is used as the data transfer interface. A built-in ST4 auto guider port is designed for the easy connection of the auto guider.

Aluminum CNC housing with standard 1.25 inch interface(outer) to fit to telescope eyepiece and standard C-mount(inner) for standard industrial lens.

Native/ASCOM/WDM driver for easy connection with 3rd party astrophotography softwares.

The GCMOS camera can be widely used in astrophotography (Moon, Sun, Planets as well as Galaxies, Cluster and Nebulae).

 

Sensor & Size(mm): AR0130(C), 1/3"(4.8x3.6)

Pixel(?m):3.75x3.75

G Sensitivity: 5.5 v/lux-sec (color); 6.5 v/lux-sec (monochromatic)

Dynamic Range: 85.3dB

SN Ratio: 44dB

FPS: 28@1280x960

Resolution: 30@640x480     

Binning: 1x1,2x2     

Exposure: 0.4ms~15s

   

OTHER HARDWARE CONFIGURATION

Spectral Range

380-650nm (with IR-filter), 350-1050nm(with Double Side AR Coating Protect Window)

White Balance

ROI White Balance/ Manual Temp-Tint Adjustment

Color Rendering Technique

Ultra Fine Color Engine

Capture/Control API

Native C/C++, C#, Directshow, Twain, Labview

Recording System

Still Picture and Movie

Guilding Port

ASCOM ST4-port

Cooling System*

Natural with High Performance Cooling Structure 

OPERATING ENVIRONMENT

Operating Temperature

-10?~ 50?

Storage Temperature

-20?~ 60?

Operating Humidity

30~80%RH

Storage Humidity

10~60%RH

Power Supply

DC 5V over PC USB Port

SOFTWARE ENVIRONMENT

Operating System

Support Microsoft  Windows  XP / Vista / 7 /8/10 (32 & 64 bit), OS X (Mac OS X), Linux

PC Requirements

CPU: Equal to Intel Core2 2.8GHz or Higher

Memory: 2GB or More

USB port: USB2.0 High-speed Port

Display: 17" or Larger

CD-ROM

 

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