The QHY 367C CMOS Color Astronomy Camera gathers spectacular amounts of light from deep space objects in high-definition! With a full-frame of 36 x 24 mm, cooled 36.4 megapixels, 14-bit color CMOS Sony IMX094 sensor, and a dynamic range of more than 14 stops, easily capture breathtaking astro-images!
Capture the Universe with the QHY 367C CMOS Color Astronomy Camera
Low Readout Noise
Observe more details of nebulae with a readout noise of 3.2e at the lowest gain and 2.4e at the unity gain.
True Raw Image Output
DSLR cameras offer raw images but keep some hot pixel patterns in the resulting images; this distorts the final image with bright-looking pixels. With the QHY 367C, you can capture the original signal while keeping the maximum flexibility for image processing.
Unique Thermal Noise Reduction Technology
Removes thermal noise to almost nothing, producing images that more closely represent the original light.
Zero Amplifier Glow
Worry-free long exposure imaging! Your camera is engineered with the rare capability of zero amplifier glow, giving you more detailed images and less stress on dealing with the distortions sometimes seen in long exposure imaging.
128MB DDRII Image Buffer
Avoid the risk of frame loss, with its 128MB DDRII image buffer, boosting the image cache when your USB port is in high demand.
Comfortably capture images despite moisture in the air with its optimized technology. An electric heating board helps prevent dew from getting on the windows in addition to the glass design. As for taking care of humidity for you, a silicon gel tube socket design within the CMOS chamber controls it.
To prevent the halo effect around bright stars, sometimes noticed in deep space images, the camera’s optic windows are designed with a strong AR coating.
- Note: There is no IR cut coating on this window so (if needed) you will need to supply your own IR cut filter to place on the front of the camera in a 2-inch filter holder (these are not included with this camera).