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Player One Astronomy released Mars Camera Series (Mars-M and Mars-C)

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#1 Player One Astronomy

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Posted 15 February 2021 - 10:51 AM

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This is the first time we meet everyone on CN forum. As a technologically innovative company, we are committed to make professional, sophisticated astronomy equipment with our cutting-edge technology. In this post, we released our NEW planetary camera series - Mars!

 

Mars-C Camera (IMX462)

 

Mars-C is a planetary camera developed by Player One Astronomy, which adopts the Sony IMX462 1/2.8” format sensor. The 2.9um pixel size accommodates a well depth of 12ke with a total of 2.1MP  (the resolution is 1936*1096), and the diagonal is 6.46 mm.

 

Features

 

  • Sony IMX462 color sensor
  • High sensitivity
  • DDR3 256MB buffer
  • Sensor tilt adjustable plane
  • DPS technology
  • Overload protection

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Product link: http://player-one-as...s-color-camera/

 

 

 

Mars-M Camera (IMX290)

 

Mars-M is a monochrome planetary camera developed by Player One Astronomy, which adopts the Sony IMX290 1/2.8″ CMOS , with a 1944 x 1096 array of 2.9um pixels and the diagonal is 6.46 mm.

 

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Product link: http://player-one-as...rs-mono-camera/

 

Features

 

  • Sony IMX462 color sensor
  • High sensitivity
  • DDR3 256MB buffer
  • Sensor tilt adjustable plane
  • DPS technology
  • Overload protection

 

 

The naming of Player One Astronomy cameras is unique. For example, we name the planetary cameras after planets (They are Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune, Earth is not included). The size of each planet to a certain extent, represents the size of camera sensors. We will name Saturn with a 1-inch sensor camera, and for Mars, we will named it with  a ½.8 inch senor camera. All names will be engraved on the housing of the cameras.

 

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Edited by Player One Astronomy, 16 February 2021 - 02:39 AM.

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Posted 18 February 2021 - 11:59 AM

Welcome, it's great to see some new products being introduced into this hobby. I like that you have built in tilt adjusters for these cameras. It's always nice to see some innovation.



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Posted 22 February 2021 - 02:03 AM

Welcome, it's great to see some new products being introduced into this hobby. I like that you have built in tilt adjusters for these cameras. It's always nice to see some innovation.

Thank you so much, Andrew. We got a lot of new products to share this year :D


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