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6" f/12 Classic / Classical Cassegrain - Any images?


FrankRyanJr
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Hey all. 
I'm about to hit 'buy' for a 6" f/12 Classic / Classical Cassegrain. Having read all the threads here I'm convinced it'll be a super scope for Planetary / Lunar visual but also Imaging. 
Not having to worry about due plus a faster cooldown time is really appealing. Seems super well built and out of the box very little needs modding. Maybe a sturdier focuser but I think that's it. 
My question is though have any of you guys managed to get any planetary images with it? Please share if you have and your experiences working with the scope.
Thanks!

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1 hour ago, FrankRyanJr said:

I'm convinced it'll be a super scope for Planetary / Lunar visual but also Imaging. 

Can't say about visual but for imaging it's just 6". Depends what quality you are expecting. Good resolution starts around 8" and then going up. For imaging it's  all about aperture.

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