- Stand-Alone autoguider eliminates the need for a laptop computer
- Sensitive CCD sensor allows you to track on fainter stars
- Larger chip provides more area for locating and keeping guide star on chip
- Automatic calibration of each axis in addition to automatically setting guide rate parameters
- Battery pack provides free and unrestricted use in the field
- Standard ring allows you to use any 1.25" eyepiece for centering and focusing
- 9-Button hand control allows quicker access to navigate menus
ITEM # 93713
The NexGuide stand-alone autoguider eliminates the need for a laptop computer in the field. Perfect for imaging with your DSLR camera.
- Type: APTINA MT9V034C12STM CMOS Sensor
- Chip size: 4.51mm(X) *2.88mm(Y)
- Number of effective pixels: 752(X) *480(Y)
- Unit cell size: 6.0µm(X) * 6.0µm(Y)
- 4 D-cell batteries (not included), optional DC power supply
Warranty 2 Years
For two years, Celestron will cover repairs or replacement of this product in cases of defective components. This warranty shall be void and of no force of effect in the event a covered product has been modified in design or function, or subjected to abuse, misuse, mishandling or unauthorized repair. Further, product malfunction or deterioration due to normal wear is not covered by this warranty. For more details, visit our Warranty page.
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- NexGuide and X-Cel Info Sheet
- NexGuide Manual (English)
- NexGuide Manual (French)
- NexGuide Manual (German)
- NexGuide Manual (Italian)
- NexGuide Manual (Spanish)
- NexGuide Firmware_II_Ver_2.2
- Knowledgebase Articles
- My autoguider port seems to have a problem. How do I check it?
- What are the differences between training the PECTool visually with a crosshair eyepiece and training it with a CCD camera?
- I’m using my mount with an autoguider and getting mixed results. What are the best settings to use with Celestron mounts?
- My autoguided exposures show trailing. What could cause this?
- I’m using the NexGuide autoguider and the star appears bloated as I go from locking on the star to perform auto calibration. What's wrong?
- How far should the NexGuide’s exposure value be decreased? What if the star disappears from the LCD screen?
- Can I use the NexGuide with a mount that only tracks in RA?