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It will also depend on how much star trailing you are willing to accept. If the camera is fixed and the sky turns you will get star trailling immediately. The best you can hope for is that the trailing is less than a single pixel and therefore unnoticeable. If you look at any of my wide field photos there is always a small amount of trailing. It is just a compromise between light capture and star shape.

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I'm currently trying to locate a piece of dovetail bar that fits the mount for my Astromaster 130EQ.

If I can locate a piece then I can actually put the camera on the scope mount and use the motor drive to reduce it.

I could just piggyback the camera on the scope but for portability sake it would sometimes just be easier not to have to lug the whole scope around :)

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