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The Price of SV405C Camera

The Price of SV405C Camera

The Price of SV405C Camera

How Much Do You Want to Pay for SV405C Cooled Camera?

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Guest

I think to get volume sales it should be priced below 400 €/£/$

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Karida

Thank you for your suggestion, we will seriously consider it.

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Nick Fotis

Hello, If this camera is 100% equivalent to the ZWO 533C version (a BIG if), I would be willing to pay up to 500-550 dollars. But the after sales support is not easy to achieve and sustain (construction quality, software drivers, compatibility are also big unknowns). I would wait to see people testing the camera first before I commit (I own only a 462C camera at the moment)

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Karida

Thank you for your suggestion, we will seriously consider it.

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D Ziegler

Under $500 would be good, and I would buy one at that price. But it would be great if it were in the $350 to $400 range. Maybe offer a package deal, new 405c and 305.

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Karida

Thank you for your suggestion, we will seriously consider it.

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Guest

Just bought a ZWOASI 533 Pro £899 in the UK, £599 would be very tempting here

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Karida

Thank you for your suggestion, we will seriously consider it.

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David

Competitively speaking, If you stay in the same price range as ZWO and QHY and Altair Astro, unless you have some serious credentials to back up your new camera, buyers will still flock to the well known brands, that have years of experience under their belts. If you price your Sv405 camera well under the competition, then I believe astro imagers will try out the new camera for a lower price and you will gain a good following and a better reputation. The Sv305 camera is a good camera and it does good work at imaging. I know, because I own one. Price it lower by 200-250 and I will jump on the bandwagon too!

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Karida

Thank you for your suggestion, we will seriously consider it.

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Michael Owen

I have 2 SV305s and an SV205 on the way for lunar photography specifically. I have a bunch of other SVBONY products as well, SV106, mini guide scope, filters, reducers, etc. I would love to see a price under $500 if you can do it. That would knock the socks off of the industry.

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Karida

Thank you for your suggestion, we will seriously consider it.

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Guest

$350-$500? The short-exposure EAA enthusiasts will also love a "non-cooled" version of SV405.

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Karida

Thank you for your suggestion, we will seriously consider it.

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Guest

You are the best judge of pricing since sourcing the components and techno commercial analysis must have been done by you already and low pricing will get major customer base. Yet as a customer and testing aspects of new company cooled cameras in which hermetical sealing of camera case due to cooling mechanism and software/driver support for deepsky imaging like sharpcap application(windows) and Raspberry Pi based systems (like astroberry) are key components, we would like anything that is 200-300 $ below the established players like ZWO & QHYCCD cameras pricing. Once you prove the mettle, people like me would be happy to pay comparable pricing.

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Karida

Thank you very much for your suggestion, we will consider it seriously.

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John Oquist

$299 is fair

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Karida

Thank you for your suggestion, we will seriously consider it.

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Guest

Entre 200 et 250 euros

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Karida

Thank you for your suggestion, we will seriously consider it.

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