"Aus Schaden wird man klug. (Darum ist einer nicht genug.)" Telescopes, Pans, Orthos, and Naglers http://www.undermidnight.com
Uwe Pilz from Leipzig, Germany. Astronomical pages (in German, but easy to navigate)
----- Mike -----
Omni XLT 150 on CG-5 ASGT, CG-4, Astromaster 114EQ, Celestron FirstScope 70mm EQ Refractor
Zhumell Plossl 32mm, 12.5mm, 6mm, 4mm, 5x and 2x Barlow
Astronomy Blog: Adirondack Astronomy
Facebook Fan Page: Adirondack Astronomy
Clear skies / "Bright skies aren't empty skies" (James Mallaney)
My best solar system sketches / My deep sky sketches
Quote:I have Naglers. Pro: good correction in my f/4 and the object stays long time in view (dobson, hand tracking). Contra: I can't see the edge of the FOV in one time and this makes it not easy to sketch a field of stars. For that reason: if I should buy a new EP, it's gonna be a Delos.
16" f/4.5 Sumerian Canopus 180 Skymax http://darkskysketches.blogspot.co.uk/
Quote:I have found that I do better sketching with my narrow FOV Orthos than with my Naglers.