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bill-reed

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About bill-reed

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  1. I have a 50mm Svbony finder scope fitted to my new Mak 127, I have a skywatcher 6 inch reafctor that getting a bit to heavy for me to move about so went for the goto mak 127 and find it works very well and the 50mm finder scope let me pick eyepieces for the finder scope and not limited to the one on that comes with say a 9x50. also let me use a camera with the finder scope so all round works well for me...
  2. I have a 40d that works with windows 10, I did have canon ESO utilities installed first and windows picks it up every time I plug in the usb from the computer to the camera to download pictures...
  3. I have the Svbony 50mm guide scope… found it to be a really good little scope. works well at being a finder scope and also very good when used as a guide scope.... have used it both with my skywatchers 150mm refractor that now almost 30 years old and getting a big for me to move about, so got a 127 Skywatcher Mak goto and now using it with that as my main finder scope... really pleased with just how well make it is...
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