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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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Ben (The Narrowband Channel)

I would love to test a cooled camera from SVBONY. Especially if it were mono though I am sure the color versions would sell the most. But if they are choosing sensors my recommendation would be to make it available with some of the smaller more affordable sensors. Something in the 1" range down to 1/2" seams like all the other manufacturers only offer larger sensors these days that cost big $$$ ZWO used to make a few small sensor cameras but they have since stopped producing all their cooled versions.

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Author

Thanks for the suggestion, Ben. We will consider it.

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HeadwindH

$499 and I'm in.

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Guest

I am looking to make the jump from a DSLR to a cooler camera. I was really excited when I read you were bringing out the sv405. Unfortunately for me however the sensor size is too small. To win over existing DSLR users I think you might like to consider a larger sensor...

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Horst

I think 600€ would be a good price, under 500€ i would order it without hesitation.

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Guest

For a bundle with the SV305 Pro Mono and the SV405 I would pay EUR 500 right now and test it for you as well

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Luke

How is the work on the camera going?

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Guest

If you could price it at around $500 that would be awesome.

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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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