ZWO's ASI 120MM Mini Planetary and Guiding Camera turns you into a successful planetary photographer. The improved electronics and the sophisticated software bring out the highest sharpness on the moon and planets. You can also enjoy punctiform stars in long exposure,because the ASI 120MM Mini is a very bright autoguider.
The ASI 120MM Mini Camera for the Moon and Planets: The high resolution of 1280x960 and the fine 3.75μm pixels clear the way for sharp images of objects in the solar system. Due to the high light intensity of the sensor you achieve extremely short exposure times, they can virtually "freeze" the air turbulence (Seeing).
Start video astronomy with the ASI 120MM Mini: With 35 frames per second at full resolution you can produce a beautiful flight over the lunar surface. Or produce ultra-sharp planetary shots in the shortest possible time, using only the most airless pictures from the video.
The ASI 120MM Mini as an effective autoguider: With this camera, autoguiding is made easy. With a weight of only 60 grams, the camera does not burden the focuser any more than a 1.25" eyepiece, even with small guidescopes or with a Off-Axis Guider, the camera will always find a suitable guide star, making punctiform stars the standard even with longer exposure times With the ST-4 interface, you can easily connect the camera to the autoguider port of your mount. The right cable is included with the camera. Drivers can be downloaded from the manufacturer's website.