ASI224MC (color)

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)


ASI224MC has a 1/3″ and 1.2M pixels sensor IMX224 with SONY Exmor and NIR Technology.
Extremely low read noise (1.5 e) and high sensitivity especially in IR range.

Very suitable for astronomy planetary and small DSO imaging


هي كاميرا فائقة السرعة عالية الحساسية حيث تستخدم تقنية يو أس بي ٣ لتوصيل البيانات إلى الحاسوب.   وتستطيع التقاط أكثر من ٦٠ صورة في الثانية بصيغة عالية الدقة

تحتوي هذه الكاميرا على شريحة إستشعار سوني التي تولد صور قليل التحبب وعالية الجودة

Out of stock

Categories: ,


Camera technical details

Sensor: 1/3” CMOS IMX224/IMX225
Resolution: 1.2Mega Pixels 1304X976
Pixel Size: 3.75µm
Sensor Size: 4.8mm*3.6mm
Diagonal: 6.09mm
Exposure Range: 32µs-1000s
ROI: Supported
Binning: 2×2 binning supported
Focus Distance to Sensor: 12.5mm
Shutter Type: Rolling Shutter
Protect window: AR coated window
Operating System Compatibility: Mac, Windows, Linux
Interface: USB3.0/USB2.0
Bit rate: 12bit output(12bit ADC)
Adaptor: 2″ / 1.25″ / M42X0.75
Dimensions: 62 mm Diameter

Supported resolution

10bit ADC / 12bit ADC
1304×976 150fps / 64fps
1280×960 152.4fps / 65fps
800×600 241.2fps / 102.9fps
640×480 299.4fps / 127.6fps
320×240 577.9fps / 256.4fps
More resolutions can be user defined

Additional information

Weight 0.35 kg
Dimensions 14.5 x 13.7 x 6.5 cm

1 review for ASI224MC (color)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    Please note that this review is by the shop owner. I have tried to keep this an honest and unbiased review.

    I have the ASI224MC camera and have managed to use it a couple of times with fire capture (an excellent free program used for planetary imaging). This camera was simple to set up, the software drivers worked from the first time and I am able to get very high frame rates for my image capture. This allows me to get amazing photos of planets. I got my best ever pictures of Mars and Jupiter with this camera. My only comment is that in hot weather the sensor gets very hot, when I was trying to take photos of the sun with my solar filter, I was worried that the camera sensor might be over heating as it was running at 42 degrees Celsius. For planetary work, I highly recommend this camera.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *