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Camera recommendation to use with Celestron SCT 9.25”


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Hi everyone,

What camera would you recommend to use with my Celestron SCT 9.25” ?

I would prefer a proper astrophotography camera rather than a DSLR.

I already have a focal reducer and would mostly want deep sky if possible (although my telescope may be too high mag for that), but would also enjoy planetary.

Any advice would be great guys.

Many thanks!

Paul

 

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