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Hi all, I am currently split on my next purchase for my telescope (Skywatcher Startravel ST120). As you can see from my list of equipment I already have quite a few EP's, yet FLO has a good offer on a 5mm Skywatcher SWA 70 degree EP (http://www.firstlightoptics.com/clearance/sky-watcher-swa-70-eyepieces.html ). However, I was also considering getting a starter imaging camera from Celestron (http://www.firstlightoptics.com/clearance/celestron-neximage-solar-system-imager.html). I like the EP as it fits both 2" & 1.25" diagonals which I have, and think the quality of the EP will be much better than the stock 4mm EP I have already, plus with the larger eyepiece lens too will make it much easier to observe through; yet I like the idea of the Celestron camera to fit into a 1.25" diagonal which will allow me to take images through the scope (via a laptop) of the moon & the planets (I know it wont be able to do DSO's at all), and the magnification of the camera will also be similar to the 5mm EP also. So before I fall on one side of the fence or the other in the next couple of days, perchance anyone has had any experience with these items and give any feedback (pro's & con'S) to help make that final decision less painful? Many thanks in advance! Gus
Celestron Sky Q module. Purchased new back in 2015 to use with a CGEM (which is also up for sale). The device creates a WiFi signal which you can connect to with an iOS or Android device so that you can control the mount with Apps such as Sky Safari (that is what we used). Alternatively you can use Celestron’s free Sky Portal App. £70 including delivery. The item is also up for sale on UK ABS