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Nojus

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About Nojus

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    Dordrecht,Netherlands
  1. My more less first images with Coronado,of course need to learn a lot ...
  2. Welcome to CN from your neighbor in Nederlands/Dordrecht-most light polluted country also. I've solved this problem partially by putting CCD camera instead of eyepiece. My EP's will go for sale I hope. What city do you live?
  3. I have this one and can tell you it's a great scope for planets,the only thing you need to put it on EQ5 or EQ6 mount and enjoy your journey in this beautiful world..
  4. Well,planning to use it for Moon,Sun and planets.I think should be OK..
  5. that's for sure,I've read that there is some improvements on click/turn,I've ordered already from FLO,will report experienced..
  6. Just came back to this question,I can't believe I don't have this piece till now,in meantime have bought a lot of other eyepieces,but now after bought Coronado Solarmax III for sun view,I need to get Baader 8-24mm ,and that's for sure,our star not required wide FOV ,so I think it will be exactly what I need,just for quick grab'n'go , thanks again for advise guys...
  7. I found here a lot of nice pictures , those are great. I just started with comets and captured this one on my TS 71mm quadruplet and ZWO mono cooled. Hope next time will make better with SW quatro 8",HEQ5 and RGB filters
  8. thanks for great review John,it really helps to extend my knowledge ,just bought my first Solar scope and yesterday had first light for a couple of minutes (now is cloudy days as same as today) and was impressed of those views really . Basically I'll use that scope for EAA, but sometimes visual of course. That scope is really grab'n'ngo one ,planning to use it on my trips ,so need one good eyepiece , thanks again and have a clear one..
  9. thanks for information,I have 4.5mm Baader,11mm and 18mm ES pieces , but now considering about one zoom piece and thinking about Williams optic and Baader Hyperion Zoom Eyepiece , just cannot decide which one to buy for my Coronado Solarmax III
  10. Hello from Dordrecht, Do you have good places for observation there? In my backyard is Bortle 8,because of light pollution ,but outside the city can be Bortle 5,closer to the sea can have B4. How is in your place? maybe you have some star parties there?
  11. what zoom piece you guys can recommend for Sun viewing ? I mean with Coronado scope..
  12. Hi Roadrunr ,welcome here , I'm from Dordrecht, around 100km away from you. Do you have good places for observation there? In my backyard is Bortle 8,because of light pollution ,but outside the city can be Bortle 5,closer to the sea can have B4. How is in your place?
  13. I think not,at least cannot find it separate sold..
  14. no,the eyepiece holder unit is empty cylinder ,BF is deeper in diagonal
  15. will do it on first possibility, today was just first light observation .. very short
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