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Old 11-01-2016, 04:48 AM
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Optimum distance for TeleVue LCL-1069 corrector (NP101is)

Hi guys,

I did not find the correct information on the TeleVue web site.

I would like to know the correct and optimum distance to respect between the CCD chip and the TeleVue LCL-1069 corrector for large CCDs ?

I use one TeleVue NP101is. For the next Spring, my project is to use my NP101is with a new Moravian G4 16000 (KAF-16803) CCD camera to replace my SBIG ST-10XME.

Thanks for your information. http://www.cloudynights.com/public/s...ault/smile.gif

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See page 9 of the NP101is Operating Guide

http://www.televue.com/pdf/literatur...Guide_1308.pdf
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