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Second Dave. 

Keep the 200p for visual, get a small refractor for imaging. Your mount will not be sufficient for anything big for imaging I'm afraid. You can get a 65mm or 70mm ED or APO for imaging. 

Mia

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Yup 200p is not a telescope ull want to part with . And as far as fracs go . Get the meade 80 ed or the explore scientific one  . Oh i just saw u already have a 80mm refractor . So i suggest a better mount first

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Another vote for keeping the 200p. There are many things to like about refractors, but particularly if you enjoy e.g. visual observing of DSOs, I am certain that you will miss the aperture of the 200p and regret selling.

Nigel

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