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I've used so far a really cheap telescope that you can look at the moon, but its time for a big upgrade.
What I'm looking for:
Photo / Picture Capturing
Looking at Planets (no blurry images)
looking at nebulas
looking at galaxies
different eye peace's
possibly connect to pc software for screen usage
price range up to 1500$
I've no idea if I'm out of my mind with my wishes. but for me the market and numbers and features of the description for the telescopes are a bit overwhelming.
So I hope that someone can recommend a telescope for me
I'm a complete beginner and have a similar question. I'm thinking of buying a Celestron astro fi 130mm newtonian telescope what would I expect to see and what clarity? https://www.celestron.com/products/astro-fi-130mm-newtonian-telescope
Can't wait to get a telescope and explore the skies.
have just joined after spending the last week looking at forums trying to decide what equipment to buy as I’m looking to get my first “proper” telescope. I’ve been using some basic binoculars for getting to know my way around the sky and a basic telescope. As the title says I have around £400 to spend. I would like to do some astrophotography as that’s one of the main reasons on getting a telescope and also observation. I’ve seen the Sky-Watcher series tend to be the best for this. But confused in which to go for I have seen dobsonian telescopes that seem good bang for the buck but not ideal for imagery. I’m not looking for anything portable. I was looking from 130p-200p. Als I do I really need a mount with tracking for photography? ( still confused on what all the lenses do and which are the best) Any recommendations or advice would help a lot.