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tech - Logitech Quickcam Express
 

The standard Quickcam Express with USB connection (around $90, near bottom of the range of webcams)

Documentation found on the net :) The Quicktime Express is a colour model.

Take a small screwdriver and take out the screw on the side

Then unscrew the bottom screw which holds the camera in the mount

Then the whole thing just falls apart

And the whole camera just lifts out

The lens screws off, revealing the CCD chip behind some plastic

Two small screws and a push and the protective cover comes off

COMING SOON

How to hook up to the telescope and then the computer (still figuring out how to do it properly)

A selection of the many gadgets in my box of stuff

I get an image, tomorrow I will go outside and focus properly

How to get the USB cable outside?? A laptop would come in handy about now.

Next night I move a PC outside

First attempt at image

Stay tuned...


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