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Guiding Eye Piece Recomendations

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Posted by Steve C./">Steve C. on April 6, 1999 22:55:27 UTC

I am getting to the point in my attempts at astro-photography that I am needing use a guiding eye piece. I have looked over the Meade and Celestron eye pieces and it appears to me that the best combination would be Celestrons pulse light source using Meades eye piece that allows the cross hairs to be moved to the star. Will this work?

Any other thoughts, suggestions, and experiences you might have would be appreciated.

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