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Old 03-04-2019, 07:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Slawomir View Post
Such large sensors with tiny pixels will put any lens through its paces and I honestly doubt there are many short focal length telescopes capable of providing a fully corrected circle for these sensors. Yes, FSQ has a huge corrected circle but these optics have been well tested with 9micron pixels, not 3.76micron this far from the optical axis. But who knows, maybe FSQ could well-handle these new sensors all the way to the corners?

On top of that, I totally agree with what have already been said, the cost would certainly put to a test most home-budgets and consequently relationships...
TOA150 in combo with Tak #67 flattener has a 90mm imaging circle. How would that fare?
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