We are pleased to announce the introduction of the TRIUS PRO-834 camera. This
is part of SONY ICX 1” format sensor series found in our TRIUS PRO-694 & TRIUS
The TRIUS PRO-834 has 12 million pixels, each just 3.1 micron square, perfectly
suited to very short focal length optics, such as refractors or DSLR camera lenses.
(Ideally suited for focal lengths of 300mm - 600mm)
With read-noise figures better than many CMOS cameras, along with high QE
(Quantum Efficiency), delta cooling of approx. -45°C, 16bit data, and good full well
depth figures, this is a great new addition to a wide field deep-sky imaging setup.
As with all of our TRIUS cameras, the CCD chamber is purged with Argon gas to keep
the CCD chamber free of moisture. There is also an AR coated fused silica window
at the front of the camera and the built-in USB hub for driving your guide camera and
|CCD||Mega Pixels||CCD Size (mm)||Array||Download Time||Read Noise||Delta Cooling||Body Size||QE||Full Well||Weight||ADC|
|ICX834||12M||12.5x10||4240x2824 (3.1um)||4.2 sec||<3-e||-45°C||75x70mm||78%||>8k||0.45kg||16 bit|