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Old 03-05-2015, 04:46 PM
shibeto shibeto is offline
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Hello from Japan:
I'm looking to get information prior to buy a Gstar-Ex camera as my main goal will be live view.

I'm trying to experiment with the Gstar-EX new colour camera but have not find too many information on the web about this piece.

I have a CPC 1100 telescope and enough energy to start exploring live view astronomy.
I do not want to expend hours processing or stacking just relax and watch on my Mac or on a Monitor...

Any help and information regarding the GSTAR-EX cameras will be highly appreciated.

Alberto A.
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Old 03-06-2015, 11:45 AM
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Hello alberto! As the proud owner of both the g-star color and ex2 cameras, i can tell you that your going down the right path. The video output from either camera can be applied via a "frame grabber" to your computer or directly to your video input on your tv or monitor. (pal not ntsc tv format) this will give you live views . I suggest 128x 0r 256x on the camera. Hope you enjoy yours as much as i do mine.
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