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DonJbari

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  1. Hi guys, Was wondering which one of these images of the moon, if any, is the most accurate in terms of the colour/shade. All images taken at slightly different exposures on ISO 100 Thanks AJ
  2. Hmmm, i think im going to wait till spring time, i hope they're restocked sufficiently by then
  3. Do you mind me asking where you purchased yours and how long the back order is for? Thanks
  4. Yeah overall it just doesn't make sense, but hey at least now i have something to look forward to ?, going to wait for Galaxy season and pick up a SW Esprite 100ed and a HEQ5-Pro
  5. Thanks for the help guys, But after some extensive research i think the best solution is to just bite the bullet and buy a dedicated refractor for astrophotography and keep the dob for visual/planetary observation. but yeah thanks for the replies, appreciate it!
  6. Hi all, So, i've just begun my journey into Astronomy and subsequently have fallen into the rabbit hole of Astrophotography, as stated in the title i currently own a SkyWatcher Skyliner 200P FlexTube SynScan Dobsonian Telescope however as you may all know the dobsonian mount isn't really feasible for long exposure photographs and have started researching EQ Mounts and will most likely go with the Skywatcher HEQ5 Pro GOTO Mount & Tripod however i have seen comments about not being able to convert the FlexTube models of telescopes and was wondering if anyone here has had any success converting a SW flextube telescope to work on a EQ mount using tube rings? Thanks!
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