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LV426

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About LV426

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    shard end,birmingham
  1. That was my old scope and I brought and sold it to ENS when I was strapped for cash and believe me I wish I still had it now it produced flat, good contrast images and the focuser was a dream to use holding my SX 814 mono and an SX filter wheel like as if it did not exist, I have an SW esprit 80mm with attached flattener which will never match the SW 100mm quintuplet which has probably had a few owners along the way so not a spanking new scope what does this guy expect for a second-hand purchase man......
  2. hi mate its pete from the peak star party,well done its a top draw image for your second go at a DSO,looking forward to M33 that you was having a bash at,nice one:headbang:
  3. Having forked out over £750 for a HEQ5 Pro in july and used it several times,over the last few sessions i have had the tingling legs syndrome appear or otherwise known as the Fuzzy feeling you feel from the mounts legs,counter balance bar,leg attachment bolts and polar scope well with pretty all bare metal surfaces.I managed to get a meter reading using myself as the earth(crazy guy)and got as much as 11v on leg nuts,10.1v on counter balance bar and 9.2v decending to 6.5v,well optic star are having it back to check it but not till after Galloway.So if anyone is going to Galloway and spot a guy with a goob perm and smoking like a chimmey its me.
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