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About PeterCPC

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  1. Superb image as usual. Peter
  2. Hello and welcome. Peter
  3. Hello and welcome. Peter
  4. Hello and welcome. Peter
  5. Nicely done Michael. I am ever hopeful of clear skies here but no sign of them yet. Peter
  6. Hello and welcome. Peter
  7. Replied. Peter
  8. I don't use these anymore and thought that someone might like them. In good condition as you can see. Looking for £14 including postage to UK only. Paypal only please. Peter
  9. You could usen that with the Powermate if you remove the lens but it will be quite long. A better solution IMO is to use the Televue adapter. That's what I do. Peter
  10. Not sure what Celestron adapter you mean. The Televue adapter fits onto a T ring and then the Powermate. This gives a shorter length overall because you you do not use the barrel of the Powermate. Alternatively you can use the Powermate as it is with a T adapter. This is one Peter
  11. Hello and welcome. Peter
  12. Hello and welcome. Peter
  13. I would advise against doing this. The weight involved will be too much for the hot shoe. I looked into this and decided that the best way was to mount the DSLR on top of a small scope which also carried the guide scope. Peter
  14. This would be the FOV for comparison. Peter
  15. Hello Jacqui and welcome to SGL. Peter