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Old 17-11-2013, 08:15 AM
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Originally Posted by strongmanmike View Post
In the end there are a lot of people who search high and wide or wait yeeears and pay big dollars for that supposed perfect system (in their eyes) and along the way worry about every little nuance (perceived or real) but sadly even once they have found that seemingly holy grail get little or have nothing to show in the way of amazing images...in the end, is it really worth all the procrastination...an odd star shape at the edge of your field will not leap out and stab a dagger in your heart

Mike
Very true. All scopes except Astrophysics ones have shortcomings of one type or another.

The fun is getting out and producing some images you are happy with.

The good news is the cost of quality scopes seems to have dropped a lot over the last 5 years. Perhaps this is why RCOS had trouble. High end high priced gear in a falling price market place with viable cheaper alternatives with too similar performance.

Greg.
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