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hfjacinto
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Re: Candidates for product of the year poll? [Re: mdowns]
      #5752289 - 03/23/13 04:52 PM

ES 9mm 120 degree eyepiece.

Like Don says "Its in a league of one"


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beanerds
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Re: Candidates for product of the year poll? new [Re: hfjacinto]
      #5851265 - 05/10/13 01:53 AM Attachment (39 downloads)

Istar objectives , their cell is worth the price payed so the lense is almost free , and thats very good .
Large refractor lenses for the mass's .
Brian.


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katie
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Re: Candidates for product of the year poll? new [Re: beanerds]
      #5881567 - 05/24/13 02:37 AM

1)BackyardEOS
2)Sky Safari Pro
3)BackyardCCD (Maybe for 2014?)


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leveye
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Loc: Oregon Coast
Re: Candidates for product of the year poll? new [Re: katie]
      #5888753 - 05/28/13 11:34 AM

iOptron ZEQ25GT mount

APT


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fmhill
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Re: Candidates for product of the year poll? new [Re: mikey cee]
      #5888913 - 05/28/13 12:56 PM

BackYardEOS Camera control Software

Canon EOS 60Da camera


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Footbag
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Loc: Scranton, PA
Re: Candidates for product of the year poll? new [Re: fmhill]
      #5892570 - 05/30/13 02:17 PM

Backyard EOS has my vote!

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David Lane
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Reged: 11/07/10

Loc: Kansas City
Re: Candidates for product of the year poll? new [Re: Footbag]
      #6270442 - 12/24/13 11:33 AM

Maxpilote

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James Cunningham
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Loc: Maryland
Re: Candidates for product of the year poll? new [Re: David Lane]
      #6270489 - 12/24/13 11:52 AM

I have been trying to find maxpilot but cannot. Please post the web page where I can find it. Thanks
Jim


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David PavlichAdministrator
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Re: Candidates for product of the year poll? new [Re: Tom T]
      #6270666 - 12/24/13 01:24 PM

Astro Tech's truss Ritcheys, MallinCam Jr. Pro, Skywatcher's Esprit line of apochromats, Bisque's Paramount MEII.

David


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David Lane
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Reged: 11/07/10

Loc: Kansas City
Re: Candidates for product of the year poll? new [Re: James Cunningham]
      #6270914 - 12/24/13 03:48 PM

It's Maxpilote just google it. There's a users group on yahoo.

Developer is French. It's fantastic and free.

(And I own ACP and CCDAP)


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OneDaveT
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Re: Candidates for product of the year poll? new [Re: David Lane]
      #6278579 - 12/29/13 06:20 AM

This sticky thread is getting a little dated.

I don't remember for 2011.
2012, with no hesitation, I would say SkyFi and sky safari.
In 2013, I would vote for Celestrons plate solving auto calibration StarSense accessory, though as it still has a few software bugs, maybe should hold off until 2014


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herrointment
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Re: Candidates for product of the year poll? new [Re: OneDaveT]
      #6446352 - 04/04/14 12:03 AM

Juice-lid vibration suppression pads for the 2012-13 contest. The APM 6" ED lens has my vote for the 2014 version.

Looking forward to next years contest already....the suspense is unbearable!


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