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katdhoom

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  1. Thanks a lot chris.. and what about focuser? 2 inch or 1.25??Sent from my SM-G7102 using Tapatalk
  2. F4 is from GSO and F5 from skywatcherSent from my SM-G7102 using Tapatalk
  3. Hello everyone this is ketan from India. Currently i have 90/900mm refractor telescope but want start with astrophotography so decided to purchase new one, i have 2 telescope in my budget 1st is 150/600 which makes it F4 and other is 150/750 which is F5. So just want to ask which one will be good for imaging?? I have heard that f4 telescopes have focus issues for camera , and also which focuser should i prefer 2" or 1.25? Sent from my SM-G7102 using Tapatalk
  4. Im 28 and i don't have glasses.. [emoji41] [emoji12] Sent from my SM-G7102 using Tapatalk
  5. Thanks bingevader and jonh.. thats lot helpful.. Has anyone tried red or pink colour filter on m42 or other dso's?? That would be interesting.. Sent from my SM-G7102 using Tapatalk
  6. Should i buy any filter? Like Olll or ir cut filter or sky glow?? Will any give remarkable difference in viewing??
  7. Thanks a lot everyone.. but my last question remained unanswered.. Im really curious for this one..
  8. Hello everyone.. today i bought gso10"/1250mm dob .. but my bad luck is there are unexpected changes in weather so have to wait for 2-3 days to start off.. my question is how much magnification is needed for dso's (only the popular ones) like orion nebula or m83 or andromeda etc and use of barlow is advisable or just ep??( i heard barlow deems the object) And last one will i be able to see any dso in colour through my 10"dob or just b&w??
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