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  1. SBIG - Eight-Position Filter Wheel for ST-8300

    SKU: FW8-8300

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    Features:Holds eight 36mm drop in filters for un-vignetted imaging at any f/ratio with the ST-8300 or ST-4000XM cameras.Small footprint:  6.3 x 8.1 inches
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  2. SBIG - Dummy desiccant plug

    SKU: 50141

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    SBIG Dummy desiccant plug
  3. SBIG - Desiccant Plug for STXL Cameras


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  4. SBIG - Desiccant Plug for STT Cameras


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  5. SBIG - Desiccant Plug for STL


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    Desiccant Plug for STL
  6. SBIG - Deep Space Spectrograph (optimized for ST-402ME and f/10 SCT scopes)

    SKU: DSS-7

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    SBIG's new Deep Space Spectrograph (DSS-7) is a spectrograph optimized for the types of spectral observations that an amateur has always been interested in, from stellar classification to nebular analysis to galactic red shifts
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  7. SBIG - D Block for CCD Cameras

    SKU: 50134

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    D Block for CCD Cameras ST-7/8/9/10/2000
  8. SBIG - Cover, T-Thread

    SKU: 40-12051-00

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  9. SBIG - Cover AO-8, STT

    SKU: 51808

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    Converts AO-8 to AO-8T, for compatibility with newer camera models.

  10. SBIG - Cover 2.156 x 24 Thread (STL)

    SKU: 40-12053-00

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    SBIG - Cover 2.156 x 24 Thread (STL)

  11. SBIG - CLA-FW-NIKON Lens Adapter for STF and STT cameras (with filter wheel)


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    This Nikon lens adapter is designed to attach to the camera with the filter wheel installed. Standard filter wheels for the STF Series are the FW5-8300 and FW8-8300. The standard filter wheel for the STT Series is the FW8S-STT. Note: This adapter cannot be used with the self-guiding FW8G-STT filter wheel.

  12. SBIG - Canon EOS Adapter For ST8300

    SKU: CLA-83-CN

    This item is special order. Delivery times will vary. Place your order today and your card will not be charged until the item ships.

    The new Canon EOS lens adapter for the STF and STT cameras is designed to fit the camera with or without a standard filter wheel.
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  13. SBIG - Cannon EOS Filter Wheel Spacer for ST-8300

    SKU: 10106

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    This spacer is the same thickness as an FW5-8300 or FW8-8300 and can take the place of the filter wheel when adding the OAG-8300 to a color STF camera without a filter wheel.
  14. SBIG - Cable, STX P/S Extension

    SKU: 68004

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    Cable, STX P/S Extension
  15. SBIG - C-mount D-block for ST cameras

    SKU: 51211

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    C-Mount D Block for ST cameras
  16. SBIG - AO7 Camera

    Regular Price: $1,250.00

    You Pay: $495.00

    SKU: AO7

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    SBIG - AO7 Camera
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  17. SBIG - AO-L to ST Adapter Kit

    SKU: MS-AO-L Adapter-A

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    AO-L to ST adapter Kit
  18. SBIG - AO-L to CFW8A adapter kit

    SKU: MS-AO-L Adapter-B

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    AO-L to CFW8A adapter kit
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  19. SBIG - AO-8T

    SKU: AO-8T

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    The AO-8T is designed for the STT Camera Series.  It requires the FW8G-STT Filter Wheel or STT Remote Guide Head and OAG to operate the AO-8T.

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  20. SBIG - AO-8

    SKU: AO-8

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    The AO-L and AO-8 are second generation adaptive optics systems from SBIG specifically designed to enable an SBIG camera user to obtain the ultimate in image resolution that his/her telescope and site can achieve
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Company's philosophy is to listen to customers. With your input and our efforts we have a winning combination. We look forward to continuing development of instrumentation to benefit the field of astronomy and science education.

SBIG (Santa Barbara Instrument Group) has brought together a group of unique individuals, each with years of experience in his or her particular discipline. People with this much expertise can accomplish a great deal when they share a common goal. The goal of SBIG is to design and manufacture the best astronomical instrumentation in the world, professional quality equipment at a price an amateur can afford.

SBIG's company's philosophy is to listen to their customers. With your input and our efforts, they have a winning combination. SBIG's is looking forward to continuing development of instrumentation to benefit the field of astronomy and scientific imaging.

In most high technology markets there are "pioneers", companies who have the technology and dedication to influence the direction of an entire industry. In the past 10 years SBIG has been that pioneer in the electronic imaging industry. SBIG has a reputation for outstanding quality products. They were the first company to introduce CCD autoguiding with the Model ST-4, Track and Accumulate (TRACCUM) with the Model ST-6, and dual CCD self-guiding with the Models ST-7 and ST-8. SBIG pioneered tricolor imaging with both hardware and software and are pushing the technology forward again with the introduction of Adaptive Optics and a stand-alone video camera and autoguider.  Along the way they were granted two U.S. Patents, one for Track and Accumulate and the other for Self-Guiding.

Of more significance to customers reading this catalog for the first time is that SBIG has brought back to life the long forgotten practice of offering quality "technical support".  The company philosophy, as published in the ads is based on ".. .basic values, good products, strong technical support and honesty".   They can help you take photographic quality CCD images, measure the surface brightness of a spiral galaxy, image a comet, or obtain high resolution densitometry images of x-ray plates. They can help you obtain long, uninterrupted autoguided astrophotographs.  As stated in SBIG's ads,  "We understand how our products work and we want you to consider us a part of your technical staff".  If you want to deal with a company that understands CCD imaging and will take the time to help you, contact SBIG.

The introduction of Charge-Coupled Devices (CCDs) has dramatically changed the methods astronomers use to view objects. The remarkable sensitivity and dynamic range of CCDs has made them the detector of choice. A CCD is an array of photosites (pixels) on a silicon substrate. The pixels are arranged in rows and columns. Light falling on the CCD is recorded as an electrical signal by converting the photons to electrons. The sensitivity of a CCD is ten times faster than the fastest films and is linear in response (which films are not). The number of photons converted to electrons, referred to as Quantum Efficiency, is in the order of 50%. These advantages as well as the digital nature of the data make CCD devices ideal for astronomical imaging.