David-------David Lukehurst UP 20" f/4, Orion Optics ODK12, CFF 180, Borg 125SD, Wiliam Optics FLT98, Borg 71FL, TS 50EDLunt LS60THa + LS60FHa
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Quote:Thanks for the replies so far. My main question is performance differences between the scopes. I know that all stellarvues are hand figured and personally tested prior to shipping. I don't know that the same is true for astrotech as there is nothing specifically stating that on their website. I don't really care about the price difference b/w the scopes, if there is a slight edge for one. Thanks, Joe
Celestron 8" Edge Apogee 80mm ED refractor Hypertuned CGEM Bogen 3046/Unistar light Modded Canon 450D/ Canon EF200mm F/2.8 A whole bunch of other stuff
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Celestron Nexstar 8SE, C6, TV Geniesis, Orion 4.5 Starblaster, Coranado PST, Discovery 8" DHQ, Orion 90mm F10.1 Binoculars:Nikon 7x35,Canon 8XIS, EP's 8 to 24 Hyperion, 2 TV zooms 55,32, TV plossel. 24,19,35 Panoptic, 16T5,11T6,7T6 and 5T6 Nagler CG5GT,TeleVue systems mount on ash tripod.