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QHY268M/C Back-Illuminated Camera

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The QHY268M/C is a new generation of back-illuminated CMOS cameras with true 16-bit A/D and 3.76um pixels.  This new Sony sensor is an ideal CMOS sensor exhibiting no amplifer glow. 16-bit A/D gives high resolution sampling of the whole full well range.  Digitizing 0-65535 levels yields a smooth image with continuous gradation of greyscale levels. The QHY268M/C is a cooled, back-illuminated, CMOS camera based on the Sony IMX571 sensor with native 16-bit A/D and 3.76um pixels. 

 

 

User's review of QHY268


From Jarrett Trezzo

http://cosmic-colors.com/gear-reviews/qhy268c-review/

 


 

From Tudor Chibacu
https://www.astrophotoygk.com/post/qhy268c-camera-review-best-astrophotography-camera?fbclid=IwAR23mba5XtdXxHEfusMo_cvkCLw6hkWjHRuN6LyULDNtzQnr7qopI65HRWU

 


 

Sample Images of QHY268



IC 434 HORSEHEAD NEBULA
By Jarrett Trezzo

Telescopes: Celestron Rowe-Ackermann Schmidt Astrograph 11″

Cameras: QHYCCD QHY268C

Link: http://cosmic-colors.com/nebulae/ic-434-horsehead-nebula/


M42 GREAT ORION NEBULA
By Jarrett Trezzo

Telescopes: Celestron Rowe-Ackermann Schmidt Astrograph 11″

Cameras: QHYCCD QHY268C

Link:  http://cosmic-colors.com/nebulae/m42-great-orion-nebula/

 



NGC7023
 Sharpstar 150 2.8 HNT, QHY268C, Ayton iOptron CEM70,
two stitching, 301 * 300s, cumulative exposure 25.1 hours
APT shooting, PI post, PS drawing

From September 15 to October 17, 2020, taken at the Milky Way Observatory in Kangbao County, Zhangjiakou, Hebei.

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