First light: October 1991.
Designed and built by: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory.
Description: Single blue-coated 2048x2048 Ford CCD camera with 15 micron pixels for imaging at prime focus, giving a field of 12.5x12.5 arcminutes with 0.37 arcseconds per pixel. It was the first attempt to convert the INT prime focus imaging facility into an instrument suitable for a next generation wide field survey.
Publications (scientific papers, technical publications, etc.).
G Tenorio-Tagle and R Terlevich, 1992, "The Pennypacker Camera on the INT", Gemini Newsletter, 35, 1.