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Old 22-08-2013, 08:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Tandum View Post
Dave, getting narrow band filters into the wheel as well as LRGB is a real bonus. I had 7x36mm filters in my last starlight wheel on a qhy9 and it was great, but I think the QSI683 cameras can put the filters close enough to the sensor to do 7 or 8 x 1.25" filters. I believe they also have dual stage cooling so you can run the same temps all year round and you can get an OAG built in. I'd be going that way for an 8300 camera.
thanks Robin,

what would be the best way to match the camera to the scope if i was thinking about different camera? i own these scopes and would like a universal tool so to speak:

ed80, 127ED, C11, C8 and a meade 14" ACF
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