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  1. APM LSOZ 105/650 kit with FT3.5" focuser, Focus Boss II and motor, and a RiRed of your choice. (M81 or M63 plus adapter ring for the FT. Either reducer sits inside the focuser tube). Rings and dust cover are included as well of course. Comes with test report from May 2015 and some paper in Russian ... These sell new for around 3700 euros with a 2.5" APM focuser. The parts included in this sale amounts to around 2500 euros. The scope has sadly only ever taken one image, so the hours spent outside are minimal. It is truly as good as new. (The alu dust cover has some scratches -
  2. Pleasure, Roberto! I'll look out for you on Astrobin /Jesper
  3. I have a mounted set of Astrodon NB to sell. Are you able to change carousel? /Jessun
  4. Is this of interest though? I mean not the thread as such but the FL of a guide scope. PHD and other software don't mind really. /Jessun
  5. I agree with what is said above by other members. It's been some time since I used my Canon DSLR so my advice about stacking was not clear. I assumed a run with the filter and another without it. Sorry for the confusion. As to the rain effect, I'm sure you can search for 'rain' or something and find some threads on the topic. /Jessun
  6. I'd say that is a 'normal' result looking at the time and number of subs. DSLRs often produce these rain like streaks and I never found a good way around it in processing. I had some software that had an anti-streak routine but can't remember which one it was. For stacking, you are limited by your data. With that I mean that after stacking you will be able to pull out whatever it is you are looking for. But for this target, very Ha rich, I see no reason why you couldn't stack the whole lot AND separately stack the red channel to have a look at what's in there. You can use this as a separ
  7. APM Mini Guiding Scope 60mm Deluxe Finder Scope/ Lodestar combo for grabs. From the scope manufacturer: "The focuser is a precise helical type with a millimeter scale and 8 mm focusing travel. The backfocus is 20 mm max. Precise helical focuser T2 thread Locking screw at focuser Guiding cradle rings with dovetail For all 1.25" eyepieces (straight) Specifications: Type of telescope: Achromat Refractor Lens: Achromat Color: black / white Tube material: Aluminium Aperture: 60 mm Focal ratio: f/4 Focal length
  8. Yeah I'm selling off all but one or two telescopes. I haven't been imaging for years and don't think I will again, and IF I do I'll do it in a minimalistic way. /Jessun
  9. I ran 3 smaller APMs with the Riccardi reducers. Very happy with the result but bit by bit I'm selling off. Keep an eye out for one or two of them here on SGL /Jessun
  10. Yes of course. I 'downgraded' from three Atik 460s, running a successful triple rig and bought this kit instead to run a single scope but with a single larger CCD. During this period we had a baby and I stopped doing AP. I needed the sleep. We then moved to a different place with more bedrooms but with no place to set up a rig... I sold my Astro-Physics mount some hours ago and it's all going. More to come. As I write the kit advertised is pending payment. Thanks for looking /Jesper
  11. Model SCA-TA2 2" adapter Camera SCA T Thread M42-P0.75 2" filter thread: M48-P0.75 75 euros /Jessun
  12. Just what it says on the tin. 700+ euros a piece... Get a full NB kit for 1300 euros. /Jessun
  13. Mount sold. Thanks all for looking. /Jessun
  14. I used to run Shuttle units with Celeron processors via Remote desktop. Worked a treat. I'd preprocess 'locally' and then just send one file indoors per session. /Jessun
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