Astronomy tests QSI’s 583 CCD camera

Quantum Scientific Imaging’s compact CCD camera produces high-quality images.
By | Published: May 26, 2011
The 583 series houses Kodak’s 8.3-megapixel KAF-8300 CCD chip. QSI electronically cools the chip with air, which reduces the amount of noise in exposures.
Astronomy: James Forbes
During the past several years, astroimagers have seen an unprecedented number of high-quality, innovative cameras come on the market. While many of these products are from manufacturers well-known to seasoned imagers, others originate from companies relatively new to the scene.

One such group is Quantum Scientific Imaging (QSI) with its line of 500-series CCD cameras. Although a fairly recent addition to the amateur astronomy market, QSI actually has been building digital imaging systems for nearly 20 years, and that experience clearly shows here.
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