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IamAdam

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About IamAdam

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  1. True enough! I'll get deeper into this topic and only then decide what equipment to choose. I'm very excited to start imaging.
  2. Hi Steve, Thanks for your reply. I don't really know why but I tend to think Newtonian telescopes are better for imaging... I need to change this way of thinking I guess. I'll reconsider the options as these telescopes are not cheap at all. Thanks for the useful comments! Adam Hi Gordon, Thanks a lot for your comment, it's very useful for me. I'll definitely go with EQ6 in case I decide to buy this scope. Adam
  3. Hello, I'm saving money to buy a professional telescope for visual observing (deep sky) and astrophotograpy. I was wondering whether someone here has experience with the following equipment: 250/1200 SkyWatcher Newtonian telescope on EQ5 or EQ6 Here is the link to the telescope. As I've never done astrophotography, any other suggestion would be appreciated! Adam
  4. IamAdam

    Hello from Hungary

    Thanks a lot, Carole! Adam
  5. IamAdam

    Hello from Hungary

    Hi Carole! Thanks for the advice! Yes, I've already gathered some information and this equipment seems to be a great choice so far... But sure I'll think before buying it. What is your opinion? I'd like to have a telescope that lets me do visual observing plus the possibility to do astrophotography. I already know that a fair mount/mechanics is essential.
  6. IamAdam

    Hello from Hungary

    Hey! I have a small refracting telescope but I'm saving for a 250/1200 SkyWatcher Newtonian. I'd like to use it for visual observing and for astrophotography as well. I've never taken astro photos so I'm very excited to start.
  7. IamAdam

    Hello from Hungary

    Hi everyone! This is Adam from Hungary. I'm excited to explore Stargazers Lounge!
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