In fact I almost feel like the square sensor makes framing and composition that much easier.
The ZWO ASI 533mc Pro Is a cooled, one-shot colour dedicated astronomy camera. Featuring an extremely sensitive sensor and two-stage cooling. This camera costs just over £1000 and can help take your astrophotography to the next level.
Taking the step up to a dedicated astronomy camera can be daunting and if you’re looking at getting the ZWO ASI 533mc Pro as your first camera, or your second or third, this article is for you. Within I’ll be sharing my thoughts and feelings about this cooled one-shot colour astronomy camera.
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“Another benefit that I enjoy greatly with the ZWO ASI 53mm Pro is the absolute lack of amp glow. It really doesn’t matter if you’re taking a 30 second image or a 30 minute exposure. There isn’t any amp glow in your images.”
ZWO ASI 533mm Pro Review
A couple of years ago I reviewed one of my favourite cameras. The ASI 533mc Pro. Since then, ZWO have released a mono version of the same camera, and they sent me one for review.
With this article I’m going to focus on my thoughts and feelings after using this dedicated monochromatic camera.
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ZWO ASI 183mm Pro Review
A monochromatic camera (mono) is often referred to as a gold standard camera for astrophotography. I had the urge to use one again, so I got my hands on a ZWO ASI 183mm Pro for review. This camera was sent to me from First Light Optics for review.
I’ve had the ZWO ASI 183mm Pro for some time now in order to get a good handle on the camera and its qualities. In this article I’ll be sharing my feelings about the ASI 183mm pro.
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