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MBJ

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About MBJ

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  1. I'm about to go down the serious imaging route after around 10 years of visual astronomy, I have quite a good idea of what's required and how to image. I'm ok with the equipment I've got at the minute regarding guide cameras, guidescopes and software, I have a good mount in the az-Eq6 gt with plenty of payload capacity. I currently own a 150 esprit and a meade 10 inch sct. I'm looking for the best imaging scope and camera I can get for my money which is around £1800. I have been looking at the esprit 80 or 100 with field flattener for the scope but not sure about which camera, mono or colour? , mainly for deep sky nebula and galaxy's. I know filters come into the equation and can add these at a later date. Mick.
  2. Hi, interested in just the finder without bracket, could you pm me a price please if wanderingeye wants just the bracket.
  3. For sale is a mint condition used only 3 times az eq 5 gt mount. Only selling as upgraded to the az Eq6. £625 Inc del to mainland UK. Around 6 months old so still under warranty. Pics available on request.
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