Wife, kids, dog.Views with glasses: astigmatism and major floaters.Orion StarMax 90mm Mak-CassPorta II45mm 35° | 40mm 43° | 35mm 49° | 28mm 45° | 25mm 50° | 15mm 58° | 11mm 82° | 10mm 50° | Shorty Plus 2xVestil CPRO-800LP observing chairVarious binoculars in the "bang-for-buck" category
Harper Bruce (A6Q6) Quantum 6 by OTI, Clave plossl 5,8,12,16,20 and 25mm.
Clear skies, Erik
Visual astronomer, main instruments:
Matthias Wirth 16" f/5 Takahashi FS-102 NSV on EM-10 Celestron 1983 C5
Zeiss, TeleVue and Celestron eyepieces
Nikon 18x70 IF-WP Zeiss Victory FL 7x42 Zeiss Victory FL 10x32
Quote:Hi Peter,I see you set your price-limit in €. In what country do you live?
Quote:Please,Please,Please don't get an astroscan. They are only for very very low power views. I only included it in the picture to show the small size of the C5. You are better off with a cheap pair of Binoculars. I have had 3 astroscans in the last 30+ years and not one could give a good sharp image of the moon or planets. It is a telescope I have really tried to like but can't.
Calypte Anza, California
80mm SV Night Hawk,C 102, 4" Orion Maksutov, 75 Fork Mount Orange tube C8, SP C8, , C 9.25, 10"Newtonion, 8" Classical Cassegrain.
Quote: Please,Please,Please don't get an astroscan.
Too much astronomy junk, the CFO is getting irritated.