Astro Imaging Made Easy.
Whether you currently own a telescope or are contemplating a purchase, our new NexImage Solar System Imaging Kit is a MUST HAVE!
NexImage is a complete CCD solar system imager capable of producing high quality planetary images with greater light sensitivity and color fidelity than comparable CMOS imagers. Combined with the NexImage software package, NexImage can bring out tremendous detail and reveal a final image that will rival those taken with astronomical CCD cameras costing thousands of dollars more.
Compatibility – 1.25" adapter barrel makes NexImage compatible with most any telescope
Versatility – 1.25” adapter is threaded for standard eyepiece filters and can be removed and replaced with optional focal reducer lens
Recommended Minimum System Requirements
- PC running Windows 98SE - XP - Vista (Click here for Vista Drivers)
- 333Mhz Pentium II or better
- 128 MB of RAM
- 40 MB of hard drive space
- Screen resolution of 1024x768 or higher
- View and capture live video on your computer screen
- Software automatically filters out video frames most affected by poor atmospheric "seeing" leaving only the sharpest, clearest frames to be stacked and aligned into one high quality image
- Easy to follow quick start instructions and tutorial with sample video file that will have you producing quality images your first night out
- Camera control software allows you to manually change the gain, contrast, exposure time, frame rate and color saturation using your PC
Camera Resolution: VGA 640x480
Sensor Size: 3.6 mm x 2.7 (4.5 mm diagonal)
Pixel Size: 5.6 micron square
Sensitivity: <1 lux
USB Connection: 7ft
NexImage Drivers (Vista) ( ZIP)
NexImage Drivers ( ZIP)
NexImage Manual ( PDF)
AmCap ( ZIP)
RegiStax ( ZIP)
How do I get my NexImage to work with my Windows Vista 32 bit operating system?
How do I determine if my Windows Vista is 32-bit or 64-bit?
How does NexImage Work?
What can I take images of ?
How do I set RAW modes and long exposures with NexImage?
I'm using a NexImage or CCD webcam on the planets and I notice that the image is soft or has a white glow that I can't get rid of. What's wrong?
I have a NexImage camera that fits very loosely in my eyepiece drawtube. Is this a problem? What can be done about it?
I'm using the NexImage Reducer #94178 with my NexImage. I'm confused - how do you attach it to the camera?
How much magnification and true field of view does the NexImage camera have when placed in my eyepiece holder?
How do I install NexImage #93712 capture software and drivers on Windows Vista 32-bit and 64-bit, Windows 7 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems?
I'm using AMCap and get a message 'AMCap: amcap.exe - Entry Point Not Found' crashing my computer. What can I do?
When Iâ€™m using AMCap with the original NexImage #93712, I get: 'Error 80070003: Cannot start graph'. How can this be fixed?
Why wonâ€™t my Windows XP computer load the NexImage #93712 drivers from the CD?
How do I get the original NexImage #93712 drivers to install or run on my Windows 8 computer?
Will the NexImage achieve focus with my Onyx 80EDF?
Iâ€™m running AMCap on my Mac in VMWare Parallels and everything looks blocky. How can this be fixed?
Will the Regal spotting scope allow me to use NexImage in place of the eyepiece?
Is there a way to run Celestronâ€™s Window-based drivers and software on Macs?