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  1. Starlight Xpress USB mini filter wheel including Off Axis Guiding. Now only £150 This is a great little filter wheel, ideal for compact set-ups: Starlight Xpress Mini Filter Wheel with integrated Off-Axis Guide prism The wheel is USB controlled and powered 5 x 1.25" filter positions OAG is designed to be close to par-focal with most SX cameras The SX Lodestar, SuperStar or Costar guide cameras (not included) are fully compatible T-thread front and rear - there is currently a M56 adapter fitted for direct connection to the SW 0.85x reducer/flattener, and original T2 adapter included Manufacturers spec. And detailed dimensions available from Starlight Xpress RRP at FLO is £280 Collection from Nottingham, or DHL for £10 (based on UK delivery)
  2. Hi I am in the middle of getting together things for imaging, my question is can someone recommend a cheap but decent quality webcam for modifying for astro usage, I did once try a xbox one but had terrible results (possibly a damaged cam though as most people liked those at the time). I looked on Ebay for webcams but most are not what they claim to be like 50 megapixel for under £2 lmao
  3. UKAI wil be in attendance at the 'Peak Star Party' in Derbyshire during the weekend of 17th-20th October 2014. We will be available for 'live' astroimaging at night, and daytime solar imaging (weather permitting) if you fancy popping along for a chat, please feel welcome to come along and discuss any aspect of astroimaging, from beginner, to highly advaced, we can help you with your astroimaging journey
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