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PeterCPC

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  1. Have you tried astronomiser - they do some Nikons. Peter
  2. and the price is..... Peter
  3. I think that you will find the ED80 will meet your needs well but remember you will also need the reducer to go with it. https://www.firstlightoptics.com/reducersflatteners/skywatcher-85x-reducer-flattener-for-ed80.html and https://www.firstlightoptics.com/adapters/flo-adapter-for-skywatcher-focal-reducers.html Peter
  4. I recommend getting/using a modded Canon. It makes a huge difference. Peter
  5. But you would still need an adapter to fit it to the mount. Peter
  6. Hello William and welcome. Peter
  7. Hello and welcome. +1 for the Skywatcher Evostar ED80. Peter
  8. Hello Ron and welcome. Peter
  9. Make sure the floor surface is VERY firm and does not flex at all. Peter
  10. Hello Ian and welcome to SGL. Peter
  11. Yep, you could add Affinity Photo. Peter
  12. Hello and welcome. Peter
  13. Hello and welcome. Peter
  14. Hi @Bruce Leeroy - what did you use on image 1 to reduce the noise? Peter