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The SynGuider is a standalone telescope accessory that guides the equatorial mount without a computer. It comes with Sony CCD image sensor and an LCD display of real-time star image which enables to track the dimmer stars. The large chip coming with more area helps locate and keep the guided star on chip. It is also adaptable by T-ring (M42) and 1.25” eyepiece holder with the standard auto guiding port to control the EQ mount.
Product Features in Detail
The revolutionary, stand-alone auto guiding tool, SynGuider is born!
Equipped with Sony CCD image sensor and the real-time star image display screen, SynGuider can work independently without a computer or calibration software. You will be saving significant power while working in the stargazing field with a limited electricity power pack.
Adaptable to main telescopes
The SynGuider is adaptable to main telescopes with T-ring (M42) and 1.25" eyepiece holder, and can control EQ mount with a standard autoguider interface.
Ideal for Digital Single Lens Reflex (DSLR) users
SynGuider is ideal for Digital Single Lens Reflex (DSLR) users, while saving you the need to operate your imaging system through a computer. It will greatly improve your efficiency and productivity during astro-photography sessions. SynGuider will allow you to obtain pin-point stars during long exposure process to make your work simple and fun!
Included in the Box
5 Years Genuine Warranty with Sky Watcher Australia
This Sky-Watcher SynGuider comes with 5 Years Genuine Warranty with Sky Watcher Australia.
Our products are sourced from authorised Australian suppliers and therefore come with genuine Australian warranty.
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|Image Sensor||Type||SONY ICX404AL CCD Sensor|
|Chip Size||5.59mm(X) * 4.68mm(Y)|
|Number of Effective Pixels||510(X) * 492(Y)|
|Unit Cell Size||9.6um(X) * 7.5um(Y)|
|Power Supply||DC 6V ~ 14V, 250mA|
|Power Jack||2.1mm, tip positive|
|Exposure Time||1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024, 2048, 4096 mS|
|Sensitivity||Typically, the SynGuider can capture and guide a star with up to the magnitude of 8 under the following conditions: regular 80mm aperture refractor, 2048ms exposure time, and good seeing conditions.|