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jamesj01

Recently purchased Celestron 127EQ recommendations

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@Philip R thanks have purchased the book and a celestron 32mm eyepiece! 

Will look into filters shortly and once i have gained enough knowledge as there are plenty of choices 

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On 31/05/2020 at 15:31, Mick H said:

👍 As Philip says.

I use a Celestron Omni Plossl 32mm for DSO's, infact I use that eyepiece the most.

https://www.firstlightoptics.com/celestron-eyepieces/celestron-omni-plossl-eyepiece.html

@Mick H question - i purchased the 32mm Omni Plossl eyepice. Do you use it in photography and if so, how do you attach it to the camera? It wouldnt fit in my adpater i currently have.

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11 hours ago, jamesj01 said:

@Mick H question - i purchased the 32mm Omni Plossl eyepice. Do you use it in photography and if so, how do you attach it to the camera? It wouldnt fit in my adpater i currently have.

Sorry James, just seen your post.

I only do visual, but I think the astro cam's replaces the eyepiece.

Others might help you here.

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