QHYCCD Showcased High-End Scientific Cameras at SPIE Astronomy Telescopes + Instrumentation Conference in Yokohama, Japan

June 18-20, 2024, QHYCCD proudly participated in the SPIE Astronomy Telescopes + Instrumentation 2024 in Yokohama, Japan. This biennial event, organized by the International Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE),…

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QHYCCD Spring Sales comes!

Here comes our Spring Sales! From now until June 15th, 2024, you can enjoy discounts ranging from 10% to 20% on a wide range of DSO imaging cameras, planetary cameras,…

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APOD Collection

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The Astronomy Picture of the Day (APOD) is based upon work supported by NASA under award No. 80NSSC17M0076. Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is…

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QHY533M & QHY533C
QHY533M & QHY533C Astronomy Cooled Camera are good stuffs for astrophotography beginners. Sony IMX533 CMOS, BSI, great amplify control.

QHY533M & QHY533C

QHY533M & QHY533C Astronomy Cooled Camera are good stuffs for astrophotography beginners. Sony IMX533 CMOS, BSI, great amplify control.

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QHY294M Pro
QHY294M & QHY294C Astronomy Cooled Camera is a 4/3-inch back-illuminated camera, equipped with Sony IMX294 (Color) and IMX492 (Mono) sensor.

QHY294M Pro

The new QHY294Pro is a 4/3-inch back-illuminated camera, equipped with IMX 492 (Mono) sensor. The QHY294 Pro series camera is capable of locking and unlocking the on-chip binning to provide…

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QHYCCD Firmware Upgrade Instructions-QHY411

QHYCCD Firmware Upgrade Instructions-QHY411 NOTE: 1 During the upgrade process, be careful not to power off or shoot. 2 Before upgrading, if you have previously kept an older version of the firmware…

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QHYCCD Discontinued Product Notice 2022
Astronomy Cooled Camera

QHYCCD Discontinued Product Notice 2022

Dear QHYCCD users, This announcement is to let you know that we will no longer reproduct the following models: Discontinued Model Date QHY168C 2022 QHY5L-II-C 2022 QHY5III290M 2022 QHY128C 2022…

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Kevin Morefield’s gallery
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Kevin Morefield’s gallery

Kevin Morefield:" Finding beauty in the night sky is my passion.  Reading the works of Clark and Asimov in my youth I dreamed of what was out there in space. …

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Abdullah Alharbi’s gallery

  NGC 6888 and bubble soap nebula (APOD 20230904) Imaging Telescopes or Lenses: Askar 600 Imaging Cameras: QHY268M Mount: iOptron CEM40 Filters: Chroma 36mm LRGB Ha OIII Frames: Ha 300s*126…

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Terry Hancock won the Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition in the “Stars and Nebulae” category with QHY600

Our friend Terry Hancock won the Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition in the “Stars and Nebulae” category because of the work California Dreamin’. Let’s get to know something about…

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The first show of QHY4040Pro-BSI scientific camera equipped with Gpixel sensor in the Corona Borealis Observatory, Ali, Tibet, China

QHYCCD, the world’s leading astronomical camera manufacturer, and Gpixel, a professional company specializing in the development of high-performance CMOS image sensors, have announced the successful performance of QHYCCD QHY4040PRO-BSI camera…

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Michael Wong’s gallery

Date: 2023-05-28 20:39 UT Telescope: C14 EdgeHD Barlow: Nil ADC: Pierro Astro ADC MK3 Camera: QHY5III678M Gain: R 52%  G 57%  B 62%  L 45% Exposure: 6.5ms Derotation: R/G/B 60s…

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Johnny Qiu’s gallery

(Johnny Qiu and his equipment)   Johnny Qiu's Astrobin page: https://www.astrobin.com/users/joqiu/   Stephan's Quintet (IOTD 20230801) Imaging Telescopes or Lenses: Planewave CDK20 (f/6.8 version) Imaging Cameras: QHY600PH M Mounts: Planewave L-500…

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Tudor Chibacu’s gallery

Tudor Chibacu is an astrophotographer from Kingston Ontario, Canada. He has captured many wonderful Astro images with QHY cameras, such as below. 【Cygnus Wall HARGB】 QHY268m, CFW3 and Antlia HARGB…

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Patrick Dufour’s gallery

Patrick Dufour is a lifelong fan of astronomy, instrumentation and image processing projects living in Quebec, Canada and doing remote imaging from Chile with his own equipment.【Contrasted and colorful M78…

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QHY5III200M
QHY5III200M is a new generation of QHY5III V2 series planetary and guiding camera, with excellent quality, and near-infrared high sensitivity. The 4um large pixel makes it suitable for guiding.

QHY5III200M

QHY5III200M is a new generation of QHY5III V2 series planetary and guiding camera, with excellent quality, and near-infrared high sensitivity. The 4um large pixel makes it suitable for guiding.  

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QHY5III585C
QHY5III585C is an QHY5III V2 series planetary and guiding camera, the enhanced version of QHY5III485C. It has a high sensitivity in the near-infrared and the dynamic range performance has been greatly improved.

QHY5III585C

QHY5III585C is an QHY5III V2 series planetary and guiding camera, the enhanced version of QHY5III485C. It has a high sensitivity in the near-infrared and the dynamic range performance has been…

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QHY5III174M
QHY5III174 Planetary Guiding Camera has 1/1.2-inch SONY Exmore IMX174 CMOS, global shutter. The large sensor size is a great choice for solar imaging and the large pixel size and high QE.

QHY5III174M

QHY5III174 Planetary Guiding Camera has 1/1.2-inch SONY Exmore IMX174 CMOS, global shutter. The large sensor size is a great choice for solar imaging and the large pixel size and high…

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Leandro Yasutake’s gallery

"Hello everyone! I'm Leandro Yasutake, a 33-year-old astronomy enthusiast from Buenos Aires, Argentina. My interest in planetary astrophotography began around 2012. During that time, I used a SkyWatcher 114/900 telescope…

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Galactic Hunter’s gallery

"Hi! My name is Antoine Grelin, and I created Galactic Hunter with my wife Dalia. We do our best to make useful astrophotography content for both beginner and advanced astrophotographers,…

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Sendhil Chinnasamy’s gallery

Sendhil Chinnasamy lives in Georgetown, Texas USA and got involved in amateur astrophotography since July 2020. He images from his Bortle 4 backyard using Sky-Watcher Espirit 100ED, Takahashi FSQ106ED, QHYCCD…

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Anis Abdul’s gallery

Anis Abdul lives in Austin, Texas, USA and has been actively involved in astrophotography since Jan 2014. He is interested in all types of astrophotography (DSO, Planetary and Solar). His…

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Ethan Wong’s gallery

Ethan Wong is an astrophotographer from Singapore. He has captured many wonderful works. "My first foray into the world of astrophotgraphy was during a vacation with a group of friends…

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Filter Masks

Beginning September 1, 2023, QHY will provide Filter Masks as standard accessories for the QHYCFW3-M, QHYCFW3-L and QHYCFW3-XL filter wheels to replace the small round fixers previously provided to hold…

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CFW 1.25 Inch Adapter
This adapter is designed for connecting QHY planetary cameras (mono) and QHYCFW3S (SR or US version), so that you can use a mono planetary cam with 1.25 inch or 31mm filters.

CFW 1.25 Inch Adapter

This adapter is designed for connecting QHY planetary cameras (mono) and QHYCFW3S (SR or US version), with which you can use a mono planetary cam with 1.25 inch or 31mm…

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QHY1920
The QHY1920 is a Scientific CMOS camera with a large 12um pixel size. It is ideal for science research and industry in low light. And it has a relatively high QE in the IR Spectra and can be used in IR applications.

QHY1920

The QHY1920 is a Scientific CMOS camera with a large 12um pixel size. It is ideal for science research and industry in low light. And it has a relatively high…

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QHY530Pro II

QHY530 is a professional scientific planetary camera developed by QHYCCD specifically for planetary research projects, amateur astronomers, and professional users with high-end requirements for planetary photography. It features the Sony…

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QHY9701
QHY9701 is a cooled scientific CMOS camera with GSENSE9701 back illuminated sCMOS sensor. With the characteristics of large pixels, ultra-wide spectrum and low noise

QHY9701

QHY9701 is a cooled scientific CMOS camera with GSENSE9701 back illuminated sCMOS sensor. With the characteristics of large pixels, ultra-wide spectrum and low noise, it is suitable for high-end microscopy,…

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