Celestron NexImage 10 Solar System Color Eyepiece Imager (1.25")

Celestron NexImage 10 Solar System Color Eyepiece Imager (1.25")

Celestron NexImage 10 Solar System Color Eyepiece Imager (1.25")

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Product Highlights

  • ON Semi MT9J003 Color CMOS Sensor
  • High Resolution 3856 x 2764 Images
  • High-Speed USB 3.0 PC Connection
  • Exposures as Fast as 0.0001 sec
  • 200+ Frames per Second Image Capture
  • Fits 1.25" Focusers and C-Thread Backs
  • iCap and Registax Software for Mac/PC
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The NexImage 10 Solar System Color Eyepiece Imager from Celestron is a powerful update from its earlier iteration with a larger and higher-resolution imaging sensor, longer exposure capability, and - most notably - high-speed USB 3.0 connection to your computer for fast data transfer. This color astroimager is designed to capture images of the Moon, planets, and the Sun (when used with the proper filter systems) within our solar system. It's compatible with any telescope that accepts 1.25" eyepieces and accessories, or you can directly connect it to a C-mount threaded back.

An ON Semi MT9J003 color CMOS sensor captures 3856 x 2764 resolution images with exposure speeds from 0.0001 to 10 seconds. Using a color imager lets you capture full-color images across the entire visual spectrum without having to attach or change filters. The included Registax software analyzes each frame of video, throws away the ones affected by atmospheric turbulence, and perfectly aligns the best frames. With the ability to tweak settings such as gamma, sharpness, RGB balance, and color mixing, the resulting stacked single image is bright, clear, and focused.

Imaging Performance
  • ON Semi MT9J003 Color CMOS
  • 3856 x 2764 image resolution
  • Sensor size: 6.4 x 4.6mm
  • Exposure range from 0.0001 to 10 seconds
  • >200 fps, 30 fps on full-frame
  • Rolling shutter
  • Anti-reflection multi-coatings with IR-block on cover glass
  • Capture full-color images across the entire visual spectrum without having to use or change filters
  • High-speed data transfer via USB 3.0 to compatible PCs
Included Software Suite
  • Celestron iCap software for image capture and export
  • RegiStax stacking software automatically filters the best images, aligns, and stacks images
  • Software compatible with Windows and Mac OS
Software Compatibility
  • iCap
  • IC Capture
  • DirectShow
  • FireCapture
UPC: 050234937085
In the Box
Celestron NexImage 10 Solar System Color Eyepiece Imager (1.25")
  • 1.25" Nosepiece
  • 10' USB 3.0 Cable
  • iCap Imaging Software
  • Registax Stacking and Filtering Software
  • Limited Two-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Imaging Sensor ON Semi MT9J003 Color CMOS
    Sensor Size 6.4 x 4.6 mm
    Resolution 3856 x 2764
    Back Focus Distance With nosepiece: 13.1 mm
    Frame Rate >200 fps, 30 fps at full-frame
    Exposure Range 0.0001 to 10 seconds
    Barrel Diameter 1.25", with nosepiece
    Mounting C-thread
    Power Requirement Powered by USB cable
    Operating Temperature -40 to 104°F / -40 to 40°C
    Weight 2.0 oz / 57.0 g
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    Package Weight 0.85 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.9 x 5.6 x 2.0"
    NexImage 10 Solar System Color Eyepiece Imager (1.25") is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 3.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from I would recommend Its great has very good resolution for imaging planets. I use it on a 130mm diameter with 650mm focal length Reflector. The only issue I have is at the highest resolution I can not get a full disk image of the Sun or Moon with out cropping the disk.
    Date published: 2017-08-22
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Celestron LIAR Don't believe when Celestron says this camera is Mac compatible. It isn't. The manual DOESN'T CONTAIN ANYTHING about using the camera with Mac. The only information they provide, at their site, is Download Lynkeos and oaCapture from this link. This is everything they provide about Mac, there's absolutely nothing about Mac in the manual. They don't provide the software - it's just a link to an external site. oaCapture is a joke. It's able to control the camera, but on my MacBook Pro from 2014, running Yosemite, super fast, the software only previews for a few seconds at an acceptable frame rate - after a few minutes expect a framerate of like 5 seconds per frame. Yes, move the telescope, and it will take at least 5 seconds for the software to notice it, and after a few more minutes it freezes completely. The preview is black and white too. Also, very often oaCapture says that the camera was disconnected - without even moving the computer or telescope. I tried to record a video and osCapture generated a 2.81Gb file for a minute of video... a video that appears BLANK on Lynkeos and cannot be opened on Quicktime. This camera is a total joke and this is complete false advertising from Celestron.The product is supposed to work out of the box, without any kind of improvisation. It's a total disappointment, for an owner of an AVX 6 SCT and several products from Celestron. It's completely useless.
    Date published: 2016-09-21
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from I would not buy this product ever again poor quality all around
    Date published: 2017-06-21
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