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kendg

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  1. Pretty much that's it. Move the camera on the ball joint without moving the Star Adventurer. Just remember to turn on the SA.
  2. My only suggestion is to try to get a model with a flip out screen.
  3. Maybe in ABS or nylon. PLA with 100% fill "might" be OK. I don't think PLA would stand up, but I'd love to be proved wrong.
  4. Of course, why stop at only 2. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3073150
  5. This mignt be close to what you want. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2496996
  6. I use astrotortilla. Seems to work OK as it downloads the relevant datafiles. Just make sure you download them before you go.
  7. Looks really cool, but I don't think it would handle the snow load here
  8. I've found that for what you are getting with APT and one of it's competitors (and I have and use both) they are very inexpensive. No reason not to pay to support the efforts.
  9. Or just pick a object visible during the daytime.
  10. I use BYEOS to capture videos with my Canon 600D. Works pretty nicely.
  11. You have just taken the first step down a very slippery slope. Enjoy the hobby
  12. Looks like prices vary. Ball park, it looks like $1200 US isn't a bad price. Here is a link and the price is in Canadian $ https://www.all-startelescope.com/sales/product_info.php?cPath=58_124&products_id=164&currency=USD&currency=CAD
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