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More images from my portable set up which I'm enjoying a lot more recently. Takes minutes to set up! I wish I took more subs but still fiddling with this
and problem solving that.

10x 180sec guided.
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Nice. It's Pleiades time already. Time goes so fast.
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Very nice, Tony
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Yay, my fave target ever, never see enough images of em! Doing one now myself, almost cried when I saw that wispiness
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Very nice field Tony.
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Old 05-12-2018, 05:09 PM
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I like it Tony nice image of the pleades.
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Old 11-12-2018, 11:43 PM
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Hi Tony
That is a lovely shot. I have just purchase Skywatcher ED72 Evostar as a guide scope to replace my orion achromat. That shot shows remarkable color correction for a ED doublet, and for the price, unbelievable value for money.
I hadn't considered using mine for Astrophotography, that view might have to change.



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More images from my portable set up which I'm enjoying a lot more recently. Takes minutes to set up! I wish I took more subs but still fiddling with this
and problem solving that.

10x 180sec guided.
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Old 12-12-2018, 12:53 AM
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Mine lives comfortably on top of my esprit as a guidescope but I bought it so I can use it as both. I had the ed80 before this which was ONLY being used as a guidescope (which doesnt do the scope justice). Now I have an imaging set up that fits in to a back pack (tight squeeze maybe) and takes minutes to set up.
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Lovely image

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