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  1. I was disappointed ? You make me laugh ! forget the others who had problems as well...
  2. Sounds like S&N Magazine reviews, but the other way round...
  3. With the criticism of this scope, I think this scope was cherry picked for you Steve... I mean it has a glowing review of 93% & it performs perfectly - Time will tell with the sounds of Cry Wolf... Nadeem.
  4. Does the QC exist for this scope, RobH had one, a few were used at Olly Penrices place, My one was certainly dodgy, oh must not forget Ian King sent his whole stock back ! Come Come Now, Don't tell me they were QC checked as well, were they ? Nadeem.
  5. Im quite actually shocked you reviewed this scope, as it was a disaster as you've seen in the threads on this forum. Clearly the results speak for themselves, as someone who already owned that scope I do not need to READ that review... Talk about trying to revive a dead horse ! Regardless if it was you Steve, an experienced imager or anyone else I would need a Serious Bribe & or a trip to the Maldives to write anything decent about that scope, after seeing the problems with the scope & supposedly getting a overall score 93% for a pile of junk... & Nor do I apologise for expressing
  6. The reseller/Dealer probably bribed the reviewer with a Holidays in the Maldives or something, but i've always found S&N magazine reviews over the top anyhow. I am probably the most hated for telescope dealers...
  7. Nice one Guy, look forward to some colour...
  8. Excellent as always, But have you not done this one before ?
  9. Don't waste your time & Money with it, they must have tested it probably sometime in the summer...Another disaster scope added to my scope memoirs !
  10. Listen I can write Memoirs about the scopes I have had in my sleep. I have had enough scopes to tell me what to look out for even without buying the scope, even though Ikharos may offer you exceptional value for money for what they are, As a imager for that type of aperture for imaging - I know what I want, Decent Optics in that aperture size, good colour correction with faster ratios. I be very happy if Ian King sends me scope for me to test one, & I will tell you what I think of it (Just in case your viewing this Ian). Well what do you get with Ikharos, a scope with tube rings & dov
  11. The question is Guy, will you be watching the Scope at night or the Sky , I suppose the colour would really get unnoticed. Everyone is going crazy on Anodised Red atm...my only concern would be will the colour fade over time.... Nadeem.
  12. The best value for money Apochromatic Scope I really rate is the Skywatcher ED80 DS Pro, you really can't go wrong with it, equip it with a 314L+ with a Manual Filterwheel & HaLRGB Filters, what else do you need... The mount you have already, so no problem there, with a reducer you will bring the scope down from f/7.5 to f/6.25 or if your using a reducer with a compression of 0.8x f/6. Until the ZS70 comes out & people have had a good play with it, I can't recommend anything better for best bang for buck tell you the truth... & NO im not in Skywatchers Pocket or FLO's !!! Nadeem
  13. Im all for Naming & Shaming on Factual Stuff, no holds barred...
  14. I think if you was narrowbanding (S2,O3, Ha & Hb) then using the achromat would not matter, I can't remember, but something was posted up using a 120mm achromat with narrowbanding... How much do you want to spend ? Nadeem.
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