The planetary camera ASI533 features SONY’s latest back illuminated IMX533
sensor, high sensitivity and zero glow. With a 1-inch square sensor format,
it is ideal for astronomical photography.
One Inch Square frame
The IMX533 is a 1-inch square format that is ideal for astronomical photography needs image with a 3.76um pixel size, capable of producing frames at 20 frames/sec in 14bit mode. Read out noise is as low as 1.0e which makes it comparable to SCMOS or EMCCD sensors and highly suitable for high definition, low noise imaging.
ASI533 can be regarded as an upgrade product of ASI183 series. It’s equipped with SONY STARVIS CMOS sensor,
Which has better shooting effect at night. It has the advantages of zero amp glow, large full well, low readout noise, and high dynamic range.
ZWO is a world-renowned company focusing on the development of innovative products in the field of astrophotography. It is dedicated to the production of CMOS cameras, smart astro imaging devices and astrophotography accessories. Our customers come from over 70countries and regions. Our developing history has exceeded over 10years, and our patents have been accumulated to 35 in total. ZWO innovatively uses wireless technology to combine the mobile products to astrophotography equipment, allows the wireless control of the gear, and brings a much more convenient and interesting imaging experience to our customers.
Dec 2011, The world’s first planetary CMOS cameraASI130MM released.
Feb 2015, ZWO planetary CMOS camera ASI174 with the big-gest format in the world at that time released.
May 2016, ASI1600, which broke the CCD camera’s long-time leading position in DSO imaging released.
July 2018, ASIAIR released the smart WiFi device, which quickly became a game changer in the field of astrophotography.
Oct 2019, The second edition of ASIAIR – ASIAIR PRO released.
Dec 2019, Its first full-frame 16bit ADC cooled cameraASI6200 released.
Aug 2021, The third edition of ASIAIR – ASIAIR Plus released.
Dec 2021, AM5 strain wave geared drive mount released.