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McLemon

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About McLemon

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    Westhill, Aberdeenshire
  1. Yeah you're probably right...I just wanted to see if it was essentially the same thing. Cheers!
  2. Hi guys. I've been looking into imaging with my telescope. I have a dslr and a reflecting telescope and I have been looking at T-rings. Since I am a cheapskate (my inner Aberdonian showing through ), would it be possible to just cut a hole in a body cap for the camera, and glue in an unused eyepiece bit without the lens? This would allow me to connect the camera body and telescope - but is there something else that I'm missing here? Thanks in advance! Josh
  3. I also had my first view of Saturn the other night. I was out with my girlfriend (she got me the telescope from Aldi - 3.5" reflector ) and I thought she was going to explode with excitement. I couldn't make out any moons but I didn't care too much because the planet itself is just awesome. Took me ages to find it but it was definitely worth the wait!
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