Celestron NexStar 8SE f/10 SCT with StarSense Orion 120mm ST f/5 Refractor Explore Scientific 80ED, Triplet, f/6 Refractor Coronado PST Ha Solar Scope Meade ETX Astro, 90mm Mak, the original Celestron CG-4 mount, for sale Celestron CG-5 Go-To mount Desert Sky Astro DSV-2 Alt Az, Oberwerk Tripod iOptron SkyTracker Orion 14 x 70 binoculars, DIY binomount Member, Northern Colorado Astronomical Society http://ncastro.org/
Orion Apex 127 - Desert Sky DSV-1 Alt-Az on a surveyor's tripod. Ioptron SmartEQ Pro. Nikon D5000, Fujifilm IS Pro DSLR. A few Nikon lenses and a ProOptic 500mm reflex lens for fun.
Quote:I don't have one but am interested in the DSV-1 and 2. But I don't think it has any slo mo controls. Push the handle, totally tracking by hand and eye and, if balanced, it stays put. You can adjust the axis friction to "taste" to get a certain level of firmness to the "hold" if I understand it correctly. But, again, I do not have one, just gathered this from reading at their site and the few reviews I could find on the web. Hope this helps.