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Re: Confused About Astrophoto Equipment

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Posted by Kip Crawford on October 17, 1999 19:06:07 UTC

T-rings and adapters are usually universal. Or they should be. The off-axis guider with an extender do exist. Have you thought of the possibility of using a larger finder scope on the telescope for guiding? If equipment limitations and budget are a factor, may want to consider doing that instead. Lumicon has a off axis guider on a tele extender. But it might not be what you want. Orion has a few astroPhotography goodies. They have a extender that attach to the t-ring. I believe if you want to use eyepiece projection with a guider, you may want a separate scope that does just that. Goto and go to forums. There is a section on equipment. Plenty there to help you. Good luck!!

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