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Hi All

Probably in the wrong section here but I will ask.

I have an Equinox ED80 Pro and I would like to fit an auto focus unit to it enabling me to use APT or NINA focus routines from my seated position without having to touch the OTA.

I have narrowed it to 3 potentials and just would like to know how peoples experiences have faired particularly with small refractors like mine

ZWO EAF

Pegasus Cube V2

Senso  from Primaluce

There appears to be approx £100 difference between them in cost, but I don't just want to buy the most expensive one on the basis that it's cost dictates its quality , which isn't always the case

Just thoughts would help me a little further

many thanks

Nick

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I have a Pegasus V1 fitted to my 80ed, I mounted it on a longer dovetail which does move weight back a bit but offset it with a counter weight up front, never had any issues and use it remotely via sharpcap

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I have a Lakeside hooked up to a Pegasus UPV2 and controlled by Ekos, works well. No need for the control box, extra power cable and much tidier.

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I have the ZWO unit on my ED80, works fine!

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