Looking to take detailed images of the night sky? Look no further than our range of Astroimaging Cameras. These groundbreaking cameras connect onto the back of any 1.25” eyepiece allowing you to capture your view exactly as you see it. Buy the Celestron NexImage 10 Solar System Colour Imager to photograph in incredible 10-megapixel detail. Our Astroimaging cameras are a great way to get started in astrophotography. Shop today or contact our team of experts to find out which camera best suits your needs.
Astroimaging cameras are a fantastic way to add even more enjoyment to a night of observation. Despite their impressive technology, they are incredibly easy to use and come equipped with the computer software required to control camera settings from manual focus to contrast, and frame rate to colour saturation.
Astroimaging cameras have incredibly small pixels that render objects such as the Moon or a planet in incredible detail. Check out the Celestron NexImage 10 Solar System Colour Imager, its 10.7 million pixels are superbly small, measuring just 1.67µm so that even telescopes with shorter focal lengths can still produce tremendously detailed planetary images.
Use an Astro camera for watch parties by connecting a laptop to the camera and viewing the footage live. It is a great way to get all the family involved in astronomy. Don’t forget to take a PowerTank with you such as the Celestron PowerTank Lithium Pro to power your laptop all night long.
Looking at getting into astrophotography on a budget? Don’t be fooled by the smaller sensor on the Celestron NexImage 5 Solar System Imager (5MP) as this has the advantage of higher magnification, enhancing the details of the planets in our solar system. The 5MP will still render impressive detail and produce images you can share straight away.
These CMOS cameras are fantastic for photographing our neighbouring planets, bringing the Solar System to life before your eyes. Enjoy features of Celestron’s AstroImaging cameras such as image stacking, video recording and long exposures that reveal beautiful star trails.
I want to photograph using my DSLR camera, is this what I need?
If you are looking to use your DSLR or SLR camera then you need a T-Adapter and T-Ring. You can find them on our website here > telescope adapters and t-rings.