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Astronomy Camera

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

A Digital Astronomy Camera Can Change Your View

Being able to use your telescope to gaze at the stars can be an amazing experience, but so many of the things you get to see are fleeting and impossible to share. Such is the life of the average amateur astronomer that is unless you decide to invest in an astronomy camera. The latest round of digital cameras is purpose built to fit onto your telescope and let you capture images of everything you see.

With a digital astronomy camera you can transfer all of the images you take right onto your computer where you can share them with others in your home or send them anywhere in the world. You can create your own scrap book or use the images you capture for research and learn more about what you are seeing. You will find a selection of the latest astronomy cameras available at Telescopes.net.

Astronomy Camera

Monday, July 25th, 2011

Great Pictures of Your Favorite Celestial Bodies

There was a time when the only people who could afford to take pictures through a telescope that were clear enough to see the celestial bodies were those who worked in a professional observatory. Today, thanks to the advent of the CCD astronomy camera, almost anyone can afford to take crystal clear pictures at any time of the night as long as there are no clouds obscuring the sky.

While the CCD camera is without a doubt the camera of choice for professional astronomers, this does not mean that they are priced out of reach for the average amateur and you will find that there are adaptors available for most of the well-known brands of telescopes on the market. If you are looking for a camera to take pictures of your favorite celestial bodies, you will find that Telescopes.net has a full range of them at amazingly low prices.

Astronomy Camera

Monday, July 11th, 2011


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