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Kirscovitch

C90 Mak (or similar) opinions wanted

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Been thinking about getting this little scope. Very small and portable but looks pretty promising for planetary and lunar visual and possible imaging. Also considering using it for a spotting scope while sighting in rifles. Maybe be able to use it as a long telephoto lens as it has T-ring threads on the focuser.

Main use would probably attach to the AVX for a planetary scope. I put the specs into Stellarium and it appears that I would get some nice views of the moon as well as planets compared to my C6N.

The C90 is 90x1250mm and the C6N is 150x750.

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I would suggest holding out for a 102 Maksutov, just a little better

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The c90 is the spotter variant where as the mak90 is astronomy. Checking the spec shows the difference the later is cheaper to buy here I nearly got one about a year ago.

I don't recall that user posting any more images or camera details. Other images shared are much much smaller of Jupiter. Pea in the view.

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