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scotttumsh

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About scotttumsh

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    Astronomy, space science, and Glasgow Rangers.
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    Scottish Borders
  1. scotttumsh

    Some people...

    Too many people out there like that, very similar thing happend to me on the same site!
  2. scotttumsh

    skywatcher EQM-35 PRO

    Thanks for the reply, to be honest i know the HEQ5 is the answer. its just that im a bit wary buying second hand and would rather buy new. i do want to further my astrophotography so it will be a bit more saving pennies. i was just wondering the performance of the EQM35, as i currently use the Eq3, and i manged to get decent images with that, although i did a lot of work on it to get it to perform how id like. Scott
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    skywatcher EQM-35 PRO

    Hi folks has anyone got one of these mounts?https://www.firstlightoptics.com/skywatcher-mounts/skywatcher-eqm-35-pro-synscan-goto-modular-mount.html ,Im looking to upgrade from my current setup and was looking at this mount, so im wondering if anyone has this or have used it. im looking to use it for both visual and astrophotography. any input would be welcome thanks.
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    Eyepiece Maze 😀

    I own BST's and Celestron x-cel lx's and i find these to be very good all round lenses. clear crisp views through these lenses in both my Frac and 130pds. Scot.t
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    The Orion and running man

    That is a pretty stunning first picture thats for sure! really like this. Scott
  6. scotttumsh

    alnitak

    Wow! that is a stunning picture, love it. Scott
  7. scotttumsh

    How to get into imaging?

    Another one for making your first step making every photon count, also id like to say your picture is actually good and you have managed to capture some of the nebulosity there! keep going and all the very best. Scott
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    Red Speck Next to the Moon

    Nice spot! always great to find or see new objects
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    My (rubbish) first image of Orion

    There is nothing wrong or rubbish with that picture at all, keep going its great fun learning to capture images and there will be loads more to come i,m sure. all the best Scott.
  10. scotttumsh

    Buying a starter DSLR camera

    Hi i use a canon 450d its not been modified as i still use it for daylight as well, easy to use and not too heavy in my scopes.
  11. scotttumsh

    ngc 884 and m45

    Wow i love both these images! i would be very happy with them indeed. Scott
  12. Hi very keen if its still for sale
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    M13 and its Galactic Area with the G4-16000

    Fantastic images,and an amazing set up!
  14. great read! very tempted to buy one of these wee scopes!
  15. scotttumsh

    It's magic isn't it

    Reading this brings back memories of me and my son nearl 20 years ago!! brilliant to hear
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