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Solar B

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  1. Solar B

    LS13O

    Lunt have released an LS130 Clever move as it's a triplet (night time if you must) and is much more manageable than the LS152 it replaces. Brian
  2. I would highly recommend you look into the air spaced etalon options as you've clearly gotten the solid ones covered , the beauty of air spaced is they merely require mounting and that's it ! ... no faffing around. In my experience (like everything) it's quality over quantity that counts so the ultimate imho was produced in the isle of man. Brian
  3. Plenty of activity yesterday , seeings bad today but anything s better than night viewing it's all dead ! the Sun is by far the most dynamic object one can observe.
  4. There is a means to increase DS brightness but it's not for the faint hearted and certainly not one I'm willing to discuss here.
  5. Reduced to £70 includes p&p Thanks ... Brian
  6. It's certainly a unique set up with the 75mm , and the real key to DSing is having a nice bright accessible image , which this will display.
  7. Reduced to £40 includes p&p Thanks ... Brian
  8. Reduced to £75 Inc postage Thanks ... Brian
  9. Reduced to £44 Inc postage Thanks .... Brian
  10. Solar B

    LS300T

    Probably best wait for a used one.
  11. Solar B

    LS300T

    Probably best wait for a used one.
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