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

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Celestron NexImage 10 Solar System Color Eyepiece Imager (1.25")
Key Features
  • 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
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.
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Celestron NexImage 10 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Imaging Performance
  • 3Included Software Suite
  • 4Software Compatibility

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

Celestron NexImage 10 Specs

Imaging SensorON Semi MT9J003 Color CMOS
Sensor Size6.4 x 4.6 mm
Resolution3856 x 2764
Back Focus DistanceWith nosepiece: 13.1 mm
Frame Rate>200 fps, 30 fps at full-frame
Exposure Range0.0001 to 10 seconds
Barrel Diameter1.25", with nosepiece
MountingC-thread
Power RequirementPowered by USB cable
Operating Temperature-40 to 104°F / -40 to 40°C
Weight2.0 oz / 57.0 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.81 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.8 x 5.5 x 2"
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Will the Celestron NexImage 10 Solar System ...

Will the Celestron NexImage 10 Solar System Imager work with Celestron 5se?
Asked by: Rayford
It will work with the Celestron 5SE
Answered by: John
Date published: 2020-10-29

Is this just for prime focus (no eyepiece) ...

Is this just for prime focus (no eyepiece) shooting, or can it be adapted for eyepiece projection? I'm a beginner with eyepiece projection, so would you even want to use it that way if you could?
Asked by: David
The NexImage 10 was designed to capture images at prime focus with the image displayed on a computer screen.
Answered by: Telescope
Date published: 2020-10-02

Will the Neximage 10 work with my 80LCM ...

Will the Neximage 10 work with my 80LCM telescope?
Asked by: Ivan
Yes it is compatible with the 80LCM and any other telescope that accepts 1.25 inch eyepieces.
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2020-10-02

How much detail can you get with a decent 8" SCT ...

How much detail can you get with a decent 8" SCT (mine's a Celestron EdgeHD)? Could I hope to make out Jupiter's red spot, for instance? (My eyepiece projection attempts with my DSLR and an 8mm eyepiece give me the main bands, but no luck making out the red spot)
Asked by: David
You can observe plenty of detail through an 8" SCT. The darker your viewing location, the more you will see, especially faint objects like galaxies and nebulae. Jupiter's Great Red Spot is easily observable. Chances are the GRS was not rotated into view during your observing sessions.
Answered by: Telescope
Date published: 2020-10-02

Can it record videos? What resolution and FPS?

Can it record videos? What resolution and FPS?
Asked by: Sneh
Ye, but you need the right software, if you have a Mac this could be deification to source. However, windows software is in abundance.
Answered by: jonathan
Date published: 2020-05-15

I'm a beginner at this so plse forgive a ...

I'm a beginner at this so plse forgive a seemingly naive question. Can I adjust the focus of the image of the camera on my laptop using the software that comes with it? I don't want to have to have to keep going outside to adjust focus. Also, I have a have a 2" barrel on my telescope. This camera says it is for 1.25" barrels. Does it screw in to the telescope and will I need an adapter? Any help given will be greatly appreciated, thanks.
Asked by: Simon
So unfortunately you cannot focus the Scope through the Computer. You would need to focus using the Telescope. To adapt this to your 2" opening you can get the Celestron 2" to 1.25" Adapter with Twist-Lock. Link to Item: https://bhpho.to/3yzZTkf
Answered by: Alex S
Date published: 2021-05-24

How long of a cable could you put on the imager? ...

How long of a cable could you put on the imager? (max distance from imager to computer)
Asked by: Gary
The Imager comes with a 10' USB 3.0 Cable. I would say that would be the maximum, since that's what the Manufacturer includes.
Answered by: Alex S
Date published: 2020-10-30

Would this also work for deep space objects? It's ...

Would this also work for deep space objects? It's tailored for planets, moon, and solar, but how would it work for, say, the Orion nebula? Whirlpool galaxy? Other?
Asked by: David
Celestron agrees that this is *not* a good choice for deep-sky photography, They suggested I look at ZMO or QHY for "affordable" deep-sky cameras. I bought this one anyway (for solar system shots), and will post a review (and hopefully some nice Mars shots) as soon as I get a clear night. (Been frustratingly overcast around here since my NexImage 10 arrived!)
Answered by: David
Date published: 2021-01-12
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