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Moravian Instruments G4 16000
      #5992614 - 07/27/13 09:04 AM

Moravian Instruments G4 16000

By Michael Miller


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Re: Moravian Instruments G4 16000 new [Re: Charlie Hein]
      #5993217 - 07/27/13 03:53 PM

Those photos are absolutely spectacular. How much aperture were you using?


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Re: Moravian Instruments G4 16000 new [Re: 7331Peg]
      #5996160 - 07/29/13 09:09 AM

The manufacturers web page also shows the author's pictures with the scope listed as a 152MM apo.

http://ccd.mii.cz/art?id=383&lang=409

The camera is now available in the US:

http://www.innovationsforesight.com/store/index.php?app=ecom&ns=prodshow&...


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Re: Moravian Instruments G4 16000 new [Re: Jeff2011]
      #5996267 - 07/29/13 10:22 AM

Pics are truely awesome, but that camera is not cheap
($8k).


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Re: Moravian Instruments G4 16000 new [Re: boblakewood]
      #6292625 - 01/04/14 07:55 PM

Nice images.

A few questions:

Did you have any contact with Moravian customer service or other company representative? If so, how was your experience?

Were you able to determine how fast the G4-16000 cools down?

Did you use Moravian's Scientific Image Processing System (SIPS) software? If so, do you have any feedback on that?

Dave


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