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Guy65

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  1. Guy65

    Hi from Glasgow

    Thanks everyone for the warm welcome and the recommendations - much appreciated! I'm hoping that I can still do some imaging of planets and maybe brighter DSOs with this setup and then upgrade to an EQ5 in the future.
  2. Guy65

    Hi from Glasgow

    Hi all I've been interested in astronomy for years (used to have a homemade 6" Newtonian in my youth) and finally decided to get back to it recently. I stumbled across SGL when I was trying to work out what scope to get and in the end plumped for a SW 127 Mak. on an EQ3. I wanted something portable that would be fairly quick and easy to set up. I'd like to get into imaging but the more I read on here, the more daunting (and expensive) it appears... I live just a few miles to the North of Glasgow so not ideal for light pollution. Looking forward to learning from so many experts here! Guy
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