"The promise of video astronomy is appealing. Haven't we all
wished we could record what we see in the
, or even view it on a television from the comfort of our living room?
Bushnell Voyager Electronic Eyepiece 782345
from OpticsPlanet.com provides an inexpensive way to enjoy video astronomy. It's hard to imagine anything more straightforward than this. It is no surprise that
Bushnell Electronic Eyepieces
are our best selling Eyepiece
. Now you can view real-time images from your
on a television set.
Bushnell Electronic Eyepiece 78-2345
transmits live video images of the Moon, Sun, planets and terrestrial subjects via a single cable to a TV, VCR or camcorder, images can be recorded for later playback or frame-grabbing.
Bushnell Voyager Electronic Eyepiece brings all the light rays gathered by the telescope into sharp focus. It determines the magnification of the image as well as its brightness and contrast. Most telescope users keep a handful of eyepieces at the ready to provide a variety of magnification options for different observing subjects. Bushnell Voyager Electronic Eyepiece uses a CMOS detector to form black and white images at the telescope focus.
Insert the Bushnell Voyager Electronic Eyepiece into the telescope's focuser. Connect it to a television or videocassette recorder with the supplied cable, turn it on, and enjoy the view. This is the level of simplicity that
Bushnell has achieved with the Electronic Eyepiece. The fact that it looks, weighs, and costs about the same as a conventional eyepiece only sweetens the deal...The
Bushnell Voyager Electronic Eyepiece is a smartly designed unit with an RCA video output jack on the side and a thumbwheel control that turns the unit on and adjusts image contrast. The contrast adjustment is very wide...Not only will the
Bushnell imager show remarkable views in real time, but when used with VCR, a frame grabber and a computer, it is capable of producing fine still images as well. The
Bushnell Electronic Eyepiece is a lot of fun. Neighbors and friends will be impressed when you fill your TV screen with a live view of the Moon. If you have a frame grabber you can pull individual frames from a video recording and enter the world of electronic imaging. Simple to use and inexpensive, the
Bushnell Voyager Electronic Eyepiece is a great first step for anyone looking to enter the universe of video astronomy.