Player One release Uranus-C (IMX585) and Mars-C II (IMX662) cameras

Two new cameras from Player One Astronomy launching today! Uranus-C (IMX585) and Mars-C II (IMX662). 

Both of them based on Sony newest STARVIS 2 technology, very sensitive and Non-Amp-Glow.

Uranus-C (IMX585), which adopts the newest Sony IMX585 1/1.2” format color sensor, it is successor of IMX485 sensor.the 2.9um pixel size accommodates a well depth of 38.8Ke with a total of 8.3MP  (the resolution is 3856*2180), and the diagonal is 12.85mm. full well will be 3 times bigger.

Mars-C II (IMX662) is successor of Mars-C (IMX462) camera , which adopts the newest Sony IMX662 1/2.8” format sensor. The 2.9um pixel size accommodates a well depth of 39ke with a total of 2.1MP  (the resolution is 1936*1100), and the diagonal is 6.44 mm. full well will be 3 times bigger.

Early brid price:
Uranus-C (IMX585)  399USD,
Mars-C II (IMX662) 299USD,

Thoes two new cameras will available in May. We will keep updating newest schedule on our facebook!

2 thoughts on “Player One release Uranus-C (IMX585) and Mars-C II (IMX662) cameras”

  1. Excited for the IMX585 chip. Player One has cool looking cameras and I’ve heard good things about their performance. It will be my first camera capable of uncompressed video as I’m currently using my Sony camera.

    Does the camera have a BIN2 mode? I have a Powermate 5x if BIN2 is enabled, I won’t need to buy a new Barlow / focal extender.

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