Astronomy tests Orion’s StarShoot Deep Space Video Camera
The StarShoot Deep Space Video Camera displays celestial objects in real time and captures video frames.
February 27, 2012
Orion's StarShoot Deep Space Video Camera comes with both AC and DC power adaptors, output cables, a C-to-1.25" adapter, and Orion's Video Capture Device.
Photo by Astronomy: William Zuback
As a broadcast video engineer by profession, I was keenly interested in giving Orion’s StarShoot Deep Space Video Camera a shakedown cruise. And as a longtime amateur astronomer who’s played host at many public viewing sessions, I couldn’t wait to target my favorite bright deep-sky and solar system subjects to bring their images up live on a high-resolution television monitor.
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