About the ATIK One
Based on a 6MP Sony ICX694AL monochrome sensor, the ATIK One CCD camera in exceptionally sensitive thanks to Exview HAS II technology. A mechanically indexed 5 position filter wheel offers hands-off precision. With a CCD chamber design, purged with high-purity Argon the ATIK One offers boosted cooling performance, keeping your camera stable and happy through almost any temperature change. Ultra-low noise means post processing times are greatly reduced. A USB 2.0 hub and power port for accessories allows you to operate your entire system with just two cables.
About the ATIK GP Guiding & Planetary Camera
Great things often come in small packages! The GP is ATIK's smallest camera, measuring a miniscule 57x28mm (about 2.25 x 1.1 inches). This tiny dynamo may be micro sized but it packs a punch, featuring a sensitive Sony 1.3MP ICX445 EXview HAD II CCD. This sensor paired with a camera body that adds virtually no weight to your set up, makes it a perfect guiding camera. The ATIK GP also features up to 30fps making it capable of doing beautiful planetary work as well. It has full guider support in Artemis Capture, as well as its own high speed acquisition application, which supports save to memory function.
The Atik Off Axis Guider doesn't leave anything to chance. Here you'll find everything you need to create your own, perfected guiding system.
About the Atik Off Axis Guider
One of the features of the Atik OAG is moving prism system. Thanks to the design, you are now able to choose from a wider variety of quality stars within the corrected field of view. What's more, the Atik Off Axis Guider continues to utilize this capability with sensor sizes up to full-frame 35mm. Still need more? Then know the Atik OAG also has a velvety smooth and highly precise fine-focus system. Thanks to 3 varied extension ring lengths, it can reach focus for a great number of camera systems.
- Additional Information
SKU A3-ONE-6.0KIT Manufacturer ATIK Color or B&W? Monochrome (B&W) Series ATIK One Pixel Size < 5 Microns Warranty 1 Year Warranty Sensor Manufacturer Sony # of Sensors Single Sensor Sensor Model ICX694 CCD Class Standard Pixel Size in Micrometers 4.54 microns square Pixel Array 2750 x 2200 pixels Maximum Exposure Time Unlimited Integrated Guider? No Interface USB 2.0 Operating System Compatibility Windows Camera Cooling Type Thermo-electric Cooling (TEC)
- Included Items
- ATIK One CCD Camera
- USB 2.0 Cable
- ATIK GP camera
- 3m (approx. 9ft.) USB cable
- 1.8m (approx. 6ft.) battery power connector (car lighter plug)
- CD-ROM with drivers, software and user's manual (PDF)
- Quickstart guide (paper)
- ATIK's own capture software. Plug-ins for Astrart and Maxim DL.
- A universal (110-230V) power adapter is optional.
- Questions & Answers
Product QuestionsDoes this kit include a filter wheel? Description says it does, but no pictures of it. Is it inside the camera body? Description of kit at Atik's sight does not mention a filter wheel. Would the OAG be ahead of the filter wheel (closer to OTA)?Question by: BigDan1 on Nov 26, 2014 4:37:33 AMYes, yes, and yes!
The Atik One-Series systems do have the CFW integrated into the camera-body. Thus, it's not visible in images, nor listed separately. The off-axis-guider (OAG) would be attached between the camera-system and optical-tube (OTA), allowing it access to unfiltered light.Answer by: Eric_B (Admin) on Nov 30, 2014 1:08:59 PMWhat are the differences between the Atik One 6.0 kit and 9.0 kit. Is the CCD chip the only difference, or are there differences in the GP camera and/or OAG as well?Question by: Nate on Oct 5, 2015 5:26:00 PMThe entire difference between these cameras is the CCD sensor inside. The Atik One 6.0 uses the 6 megapixel ICX694 sensor and the Atik One 9.0 uses the 9 megapixel ICX814 sensor. Both have similar QE and read noise, but the pixel size is 4.54u for the 6.0 and 3.69u for the 9.0, making the 6.0 better for longer focal lengths and the 9.0 better for shorter focal lengths - depending on seeing. The filter wheel, OAG, and GP are identical in both cases.Answer by: Chris Hendren (Admin) on Oct 6, 2015 11:36:00 AM
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