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    No the mount wasn't behaving and it wasn't a 'proper' session I just wanted to go and check the scopes collimation was ok and hadn't suffered in the transport

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skywatcher, post: 120207
    No the mount wasn't behaving and it wasn't a 'proper' session I just wanted to go and check the scopes collimation was ok and hadn't suffered in the transport
    cant wait to see a photo from a camera if that was with a webcam, all i can say is that new scope looks awesome chris
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    It should make a big difference Mick - onwards and upwards :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skywatcher, post: 120236
    It should make a big difference Mick - onwards and upwards :D
    cant wait, source a new camera mate like NOW!!! lol

    what you looking at the new 450D?
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    Nah the DSLR is for deep sky for this sort of work you need a film camera - its a highly specialist astro camera with a big chip that can do 1290x980 captures rather than the usual 640x480 and a lot more sensitive

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skywatcher, post: 120246
    Nah the DSLR is for deep sky for this sort of work you need a film camera - its a highly specialist astro camera with a big chip that can do 1290x980 captures rather than the usual 640x480 and a lot more sensitive
    oh right gotcha, well get it sorted i wanna see more pix
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    I can see Saturn from my back garden. :D

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    Have you been out and looked again yet Dawn?

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    Not had time again yet. :(

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    If clear the moon will be great again tonight :D

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