Greater sensitivity & added value
- The acclaimed Kodak KAF-8300 colour CCD sensor desired by both amateur and professional astronomers
- With 22.5mm across diagonally, and 8.3 million pixels in a 3326 x 2504 array
- Gives amateur and professional astronomers the area, resolution and sensitivity required to create stunning Astro-images of deep sky objects or Comet ISON as it gets closer to the sun
Easy to use to create stunning images
The new Nightscape 8300 includes Celestron’s easy to use AstroFX software, which makes the job of processing Astro-images effortless. Giving both amateur and professional astronomers full control over all aspects of camera temperature regulation to exposure control. The new Nightscape 8300 also includes computer assisted focusing for quick and easy image acquisition of M31 or faint wisps of a colourful emission nebula thousands of light years away.
At an attractive price for both amateur and professional astronomers
Drop by Celestron.com or a local Celestron dealer today to have a look at your new Nightscape 8300 or any of their outstanding telescopes and astronomy accessories.
View this video review of the new Nightscape 8300 at YouTube.
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