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Old 04-12-2007, 12:19 PM
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Originally Posted by iceman View Post
Learn the art first. With the right equipment and techniques you can get reasonable results fairly quickly, but you'll be surprised how difficult it is to master and do very well.
. . . or buy astronomy magazines and cut the pictures out

Be a whole lot easier

Start at the start with a cheap SPC900NC or 840k ProII. If you aren't happy with imaging, then you haven't spent over $150 to find out. If you do want to advance onto a better but trickier camera, the 900 or 840 will make a great guide camera.

Just don't rush in and want the best, as the more advanced cameras come with more advanced learning.
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