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Daf Vinci

Skywatcher all view multi function computerised mount.

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Has anyone used one of the above setups and would you recommend it?

Will the above mount setup automatically track an object that my dslr is locked onto?

Is there a maximum exposure time limit with the electronic shutter release cables they come with to suit my dslr?

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its an alt az mount so its not great for  long exposure work on the stars maybe 20-30 secs. Its supposed to be good for time lapse and panoramic photography but if you want to do long exposure astrophotography  the sky adventurer may suit you better. But to answer your question yes it will track but because its not an equatorial mount you will get field rotation if you do long exposures on it..  I am not sure about the intervalometer on it so can't answer that. If you put a webcam and a small scope on it it can do lunar and planetary imaging . I think it can do solar imaging as well

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