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blinky1983

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About blinky1983

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  1. The "stars" look like disc's to me. but lovely image
  2. Signed and sent to my astro group
  3. an 8/10/12 inch dob will give you fantastic views for years to come. I got bored fast with my 5" scope till I got the 8" and wow what a difference.
  4. No the webcam will be your ep when attached. U will need a adapter that will fix your webcam onto your focuser. telescope house do them.
  5. Fantastic scope, I loved mine.. Moon/LP filter, Cheshire collimator, Some wide angle ep's and a copy of turn left at orion and your all set for a long time. For photography I wouldn't use a camera but instead use a webcam
  6. cheshire every time... lasers need to be collimated also...
  7. The 200p is a wonderful scope to have...
  8. I have to say, I bought a 6mm tmb planetary type II and its awful, I honestly think its faulty as not even the supplied eps are that bad..
  9. Yeh it appears greenish/blue to me most nights of clear and steady skies. In my 5" it was always grey but as my scopes grew in size i noticed the colour in m42.
  10. I read somewhere woman cant fall pregnant in space, So that kind of ruins the long traveling idea's
  11. I have an angled finder and dont get on with it, would swap you for your straight one??
  12. dont just turn the collimation screws when doing your secondary mirror also hold the secondary with your hand ( dont touch the mirror! ) and tilt the mirror up and down aswel..
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