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SkyWatcher SynGuider II CMOS stand-alone guide camera



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SkyWatcher SynGuider CMOS stand-alone guide camera features handbox, Aptina MT9V034C12STM CMOS sensor, LCD display of real-time star image, upgradable firmware.

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305,55 €


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Equipped with Aptina CMOS image sensor and the real-time star image display screen, SkyWatcher SynGuider II can work independently without a computer or calibration software. You will be saving significant power while working in the stargazing field with a limited electricity power pack. The SynGuider is adaptable to main telescopes with T-ring (M42) and 1.25" eyepiece holder, and can control EQ mount with a standard autoguider interface.

SynGuider II is ideal for Digital Single Lens Reflex (DSLR) users while saving you the need to operate your imaging system through a computer. It will greatly improve your efficiency and productivity during astrophotography sessions.  SynGuider will allow you to obtain pin-point stars during long exposure process to make your work simple and fun!

SkyWatcher SynGuider Main Features

Stand-alone unit, guiding the equatorial mount without a computer 

Aptina CMOS image sensor enabling the tracking of fainter stars

LCD display of real-time star image

Upgradable firmware 

Large chip coming with more area for locating and keeping guided star on chip

Standard auto guiding port

Adaptable by T-ring (M42) and 1.25” eyepiece holder


SynGuider auto guider

Guiding handset and cable

Serial cable

4xD 1.5v battery pack


Image Sensor

Type: Aptina MT9V034C12STM CMOS Sensor
Chip Size: 4.51mm(X) * 2.88mm(Y)
Number of Effective Pixels: 752(X) * 480(Y)
Unit Cell Size: 6um(X) * 6um(Y)

Power Supply

DC 4.5V ~ 14V, 150mA
Power Jack: 2.1mm, tip positive

Exposure Time

2, 5, 15, 30, 70, 100, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 1000, 1200 ms

Typically, the SynGuider can capture and guide a star with up to the magnitude of 8 under the following conditions: regular 80 mm aperture refractor, 2048 ms exposure time, and good seeing conditions.

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