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RE: RE: Beginning Astrophotographer Advice

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Posted by Charlie Wallace on April 18, 2000 15:35:12 UTC

I`m just starting out and am using a Celestron G5 scope and have come out with a few descent photos. Although mine is a sct and yours a newt you should be able to counter balance the added weight of the camera and adapters and come out with some descent pictures with some practice. charlie

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