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Starpaw

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About Starpaw

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  1. Bits and bobs

    Is the finder shoe for a Celestron SCT? If so, would you be willing to sell it separately?
  2. Sale pending to Floater
  3. Selling my 25mm Televue Plossl. In very good condition with original end caps and box. Will post picture later on tonight. Asking for £60 including delivery. Payment by Paypal friends and family preferred. Add fees otherwise.
  4. (Case and 15 and 20mm eyepieces not included) Please PM for more photos if required. Revelation 1.25" 2.5x 3 element barlow. Was £17, now £15 inc. postage. In good condition with end caps Erecting Prism - generic (possibly Celestron?). £7 inc postage. In good condition, but w/o end caps Payment via Paypal. If not paying using family and friend's option, please add fees . Also on ABS. Thanks for looking!
  5. Revelation 9mm Plossl eyepiece

    Hi, is this still available? If so, I will take it off your hands. Thank you.
  6. Is this a correct image finder?
  7. 4mm eye piece

    A good idea might be to use a 10mm or 12mm eyepiece with a 2x barlow. That will give you more flexibility (like having two eyepieces) and greater eye relief.
  8. There's a handy page on the Televue site with information about field stops for individual eyepieces: http://www.televue.com/mobile/TV5_page.asp?id=214
  9. I had a 2" diagonal for my C6 and quickly realised it wasn't worth it if you're trying to get a wider field of view as you have to match the field stop to the rather narrow baffle tube diameter. They say the widest field of view you can get from this scope is a 24mm Panoptic.
  10. SX M7

    I was just wondering if this rather old camera could be successfully used for EAA? Apparently, it has the same chip as the Lodestar so presumably it can. Would be interesting to hear if anyone has had results
  11. Off to Norfolk

    Thank you for the suggestions. The weather is looking a bit iffy next week. Hopefully there will be some gaps in the clouds.
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