Svbony camera provides users with a practical and economical choice. It has both high-quality imaging capabilities and cost-effectiveness and is gradually becoming popular among astronomy enthusiasts. From SV105-SV605MC, from planet observation to extragalactic capture, Svbony offers a series of cameras specially designed for astrophotography.
As a planetary camera, now it uses an IMX307 chip, and offers a resolution of 2.13 megapixels (1920 x 1080 pixels) for capturing high-definition images and videos. Enables the sensor to achieve high sensitivity even in low-light conditions.
Support System: Windows 8, 10, 11, Linux, Mac OS, Android
No pixel vignetting
Svbony SV205C with SONY IMX415 CMOS sensor and USB3.0 Type-B port.
It complies with the standard UVC protocol and no need to install SVBONY driver. It is the plug and play device, suitable for beginner users for astronomy photography.
In MJPG video format; you can record video quickly and the frame rate up to 30FPS at 2K resolution 1920x1080; You can also choose YUV uncompressed video format
It connects to your computer via a USB 3.0 interface, allowing you to view and control the camera using imaging software on your PC.
Regarding SV305C, if you have read Grant Sorensen’s review blog, I think maybe you will be interested in it, it is an upgrade on the basis of SV305, and you can also try to use it to capture some deepspace objects, It uses Sony's Exmor R technology, which enhances low-light performance and reduces noise for improved image quality.
features a large APS-C format, making it suitable for various applications such as professional photography and videography. With its high resolution, the sensor allows for capturing detailed images with minimal noise, even in challenging lighting conditions.Without a doubt, this is a great camera for the price.
As an entry-level camera, this provides a chance for many beginners to try it. The plus version is almost the same price, which is a great deal! so if you are interested in them， why not have a try?