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Quote:100 corrections p/s (able to compensate for wind gusts).
6" Baby PowerNewt ES 152mm Achro iOptron iEQ30 QHY12 Lodestar & 50mm Borg guidescope Luck
Quote:It's pretty logical: how can you know were to "zero out" if you don't set an accurate "zero out?"
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Quote:As I will be a mobile astrophotographer I'd like to get some idea as how much time woulg go on accurate PA since there is no guiding? Somewhere in the drift alignment time-region?
Quote:Tak/AP mounts are the simplest to use in the field.
10Micron GM2000HPS, 10Micron GM1000HPS, SW NEQ6 Takahashi FSQ106 EDX III, SW 190MN, TS Riccardi 130 f/5.2 SBIT ST-8300M, QSI 683wsg8 SX Wheel, Baader 2" filters, Baader 36mm filters, Astrodon QSI filters http://astro.frejvall.se
Quote:HelloI am am member of many Yahoo groups, but cannot seem to join the ASA group... can you please give me info on a URL or an email address / etc to join?Thank you
ASA DDM60 Pro, Officina Stellare Veloce RH200, Canon FD 300mm F/2.8, SBIG STF-8300M http://www.flickr.com/photos/67018317@N07/
Quote:What 10Micron did was put more or less the same model building functionality as ASA directly in the mount firmware. Even though the model presently only can hold 25 sync points, the accuracy is close to rediculously good. Once the model is created, you do not need a PC to enjoy it! I like that.As for gears... Direct drive is cool, that I have to admit. 10Micron got rid of half of the gears by using belt drive so it is pretty good anyway not to mention the build quality!All the best,Per