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andrewoco1

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  1. bad neck lol thanks for the reply guys all the best
  2. hi all wanted to know if you can use a Telescope diagonal , 1.25 inches 90 degree ,Mirror with a skywatch 130p and how to do this thanks all andy
  3. thanks benjii good info all the best mate andy
  4. by two big rings around it on an eq2 mount
  5. would this be on the focuser eddy, thanks for the reply
  6. hi star trackers wanted to see if any 1 coudd help me find a bracket to hold my canon 1100d to the scope thanks guys and all the best andy
  7. andrewoco1

    4th go with new cam

    first time with new cam caint wait to fix it to the scope
  8. it seems we are at the same point in this new hobby dan iv got the canon 1100d jus used it for the first time last night with a very bright moon seem to work pritty good with jus holding the cam to the eyepice but it has made me want to get the eyepice zoom and the t adapter and t ring even more iv got the pics in my profile all the best mate and thanks again
  9. mega thanks dan wicked infoand jus what i was looking for ,do you know if the eyepice would be ok with the 130p sw thanks alot for the help all the best
  10. thanks for info gaz i dont have motors on it but if i was going to get well in to it would it be best to jus buy a better mount and if so what 1 would you say is a good ap one to go for thanks i dont really want to get my cam moded so i was thinking of jus fixing the cam to the eyepice any good ? thanks again for the tips mate
  11. thanks to all of you first for getting back so fast great info i will defo look at the book all ways good to start with a read up on anything thanks for the link ,thanks psychobilly for doing the threads,to garethmob i have a eq 2 mount as i am getting in to this hobby i see it is not the best mount lol i would like to take pics of both moon planets and DSO'S any more info im all ears lol
  12. hi i have not long got a 130p sw and have found my self wanting to get some good pics with it i used my standard digi cam and got a few nice pics, i now have a canon 1100d and would love it if some 1 could give me some info and helpon getting set up and also on the list of things i have in mind to get, to start taking some good pics the first thing i thought of was a Baader Hyperion Zoom Eyepiece 8 to 24 and a Baader Hyperion Zoom barlow 2.25x if any 1 could tell me a good bracket to look at to attach the cam to my 130p sw that would be great and the t adapter to fix the eyepice to the cam ,dont really want to get lots of eyepices so getting a good zoom seems best any info,tips and now how on the list and getting set up would be great thanks for your time alll the best andy
  13. hi i have not long got a 130p sw and have found my self wanting to get some good pics with it i used my standard digi cam and got a few nice pics, i now have a canon 1100d and would love it if some 1 could give me some info and helpon getting set up and also on the list of things i have in mind to get, to start taking some good pics the first thing i thought of was a Baader Hyperion Zoom Eyepiece 8 to 24 and a Baader Hyperion Zoom barlow 2.25x if any 1 could tell me a good bracket to look at to attach the cam to my 130p sw that would be great and the t adapter to fix the eyepice to the cam ,dont really want to get lots of eyepices so getting a good zoom seems best any info,tips and now how on the list and getting set up would be great thanks for your time alll the best andy
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