For high-speed polarization measurements, CATE 2024 uses the FLIR BFS-PGE-123S6P-C Blackfly camera with next-generation Sony IMX253/MZR 12MP CMOS sensor. The integrated polarizer mask provides simultaneous polarization measurements in four angles (0°, 45°, 90°, 135°), enabling recovery of Stokes I, Q, and U across the entire field of view. The FLIR Blackfly camera is mounted to a Long Perng refractor with 80mm aperture and 500mm focal length (f/6.25). CATE teams validated this equipment during successful observations of the 2023 total solar eclipse in Australia.

The CATE 2024 setup also includes an iOptron GEM 28 mount, a Long Perng field flattener, a Daystar solar filter and solar finder, an Edmund Optics diffuser, a Geekstory VK-162 GPS dongle, a Celestron 51630 red-dot finder, a Souyos red flashlight, a laptop, and other equipment needed to make observations of the total solar eclipse in April.