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geoflewis

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  1. Would a bridge camera b suitable 4 imaging I own a celestron 114 altaz computerised model

  2. Would a bridge camera b suitable 4 imaging I own a celestron 114 altaz computerised model

    1. geoflewis

      geoflewis

      Thanks Cornelius, is it possible to move the thread to the correct forum? I'm new to SGL so I just replied where the question was posted...

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  3. Would a bridge camera b suitable 4 imaging I own a celestron 114 altaz computerised model

    1. geoflewis

      geoflewis

      Hi, as I understand them bridge cameras do not have removable lenses so they cannot be used at the prime focus of a telescope in the same way as a DSLR camera. The beauty of DSLR cameras are that you can use just the camera body attaching that to a telescope so that the scope acts as the camera lens. You may be able to use a bridge camera on its own, i.e. not paired with a telescope, or use it afocally to take images through a telescope eyepiece, but I have no experience at doing that. Regards, Geof.

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