Mars-M II, IMX462 mono version is coming!

Product Description

Mars-M II is a very anticipated monochrome camera,  the newest planetary camera which developed by Player One Astronomy. We wait for this monochrome sensor for 2 years. Mars-M II (IMX462) camera adopts the Sony IMX462 1/2.8” monochrome sensor. We wait for this monochrome sensor for 2 years. . The 2.9um pixel size accommodates a well depth of 12ke with a total of 2.1MP  (the resolution is 1944*1096)and the diagonal is 6.46 mm.

The naming of Player One Astronomy cameras is unique. For example, we name the planetary cameras after planets (They are Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune, Earth is not included). The size of each planet to a certain extent represents the size of camera sensors. We will name Saturn with a 1-inch sensor camera, and for Mars, we will name it with a ½.8 inch sensor camera. All names will be engraved on the housing of the cameras.


QE Curve

The QE curve of the Mars-M II camera is quite different than Mars-C. The sensitivity reaches its peak at 650-700nm, and keep very high QE in infrared.

This is the relative QE curve which provided by Sony, the absolute QE peak about 90%.

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