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giorgio_ne
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Reged: 04/22/10

Loc: London, England
Takahashi TGM-1 mount new
      #6383339 - 02/18/14 05:35 PM

Hi All, I have the possibility of getting a TGM-1 mount. I already have an FSQ-106 mounted on an EM-200. Would the TGM-1 be enough to support my other FS-60 as a guide or 2nd imaging scope? Or should I try getting a TGM-2 instead?

Clear skies,
Giorgio


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whwang
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Reged: 03/20/13

Re: Takahashi TGM-1 mount new [Re: giorgio_ne]
      #6383556 - 02/18/14 07:51 PM

Hi,

TGM-1 is more than sufficient for FS-60. I use TGM-1 to hold a Vixen FL70S and a Starfish guiding CCD on my TOA150. It works very well.

This is my setup:
http://www.astrobin.com/77566/

Cheers,
Wei-Hao


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Denimsky
professor emeritus


Reged: 01/21/07

Loc: BC, Canada
Re: Takahashi TGM-1 mount new [Re: whwang]
      #6383930 - 02/19/14 01:05 AM

Wei-Hao,

You have some stunning images on your gallery especially film ones!


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giorgio_ne
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Reged: 04/22/10

Loc: London, England
Re: Takahashi TGM-1 mount [Re: whwang]
      #6384039 - 02/19/14 03:26 AM

Thank you for you reply!

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