Clear skies - Jim Crazy PNW imager !
A-P Mach1 on 12" concrete pier - ROR structure.
Tak FSQ85-EDX, Tak FS-128. Orion 8" f/3.9 w/MoonLite motorized - MPCC MkIII CCD:
SBIG 8300M/FW8, Astrodon 36mm LRGB, 5nm Ha, 3nm SII, OIII - Canon EOS 6D unmod SSI3, SSAG,
Skytools3pro, MaxImDLpro, PSCS5, PSPpro, TheSkyX, TheSky6, BYE, StarTools
Orion XX14g -for visual- diags, ep's, accy tubes, Binocs .
Quote:Here it is August 5th and there is still no review or CN report on the CGE Pro that I can find. Top that off with almost no posts in the forums. Have I missed somethng?
Uncle Rod Uncle Rod's Astroblog: http://uncle-rods.blogspot.com/
Quote:Quote:Here it is August 5th and there is still no review or CN report on the CGE Pro that I can find. Top that off with almost no posts in the forums. Have I missed somethng? There is a CGE Pro Yahoogroup, CGE Pro Uncensored.
Quote:They are selling the CGE again, its back up on the website. I got to see one of the CGE Pro's at a vendors shop with a C14 on it and it is a big mount I don't consider portable for setup/tear down each time, not to say you couldn't... Really it is bigger than me (OK I'm not 5'-10).
None of my kit is part of a two year pay to be part of beta test, that still isn't close to ending.
Quote: ... Note that I'm a Celestron beta tester (and hence have a bias) but hope that the images speak for themselves.
Quote:You can break the pro down into managable pieces. The mount head can be broken down into two parts. It works well with mine and allows me to move it by myself. I break it down into a big foam lined tote from Wally world and take it in the back of my Santa Fe.Phil