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It will come to this one day....

In our ever changing digital world, Stellina has arrived.
Have a look...

https://vaonis.com/stellina
Posted September 17, 2020, 12:59:09 PM Logged
In the world of A.I. it's the thought that counts!

Offline Snowcrash
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At 4000 Euros still a bit pricey but a lovely neat item.

My friend, who has an 8 inch Mead scope, has got into photography recently. If you don't mind your setup looking a bit more Heath Robinson then you can do much better optically.

EQ6R Pro Mount
A Doublet Refractor you can go for triplet and quadruplet range £600-£5000
Cooled CCD Camera or mount any decent digital SLR

And a must is the EAA (Electronically Assisted Astronomy) software. Amazing results even with light polluted skies.


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