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Amazing 102 mm Sky-Watcher Mak

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#1 DenisY

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Posted 09 April 2005 - 08:11 AM

Amazing i say! I had first light last night with the new baby in the family and i was stun on the views of Jupiter and Saturn. Test it on a few double stars in Leo and still .... Perfect! I read only good things about the Mak and i'm very happy of my purchase.

I have a question, what i done last night is piggyback it on my refractor, worked good (Looked good too) but did not work as good as i would of like too, i used the piggyback cameras screw, oh it held it, looked to be pretty solid too, the scope is not that heavy, but it was not pointing exactly in the right direction, kinda little higther. What do you guys suggest for this? I'm trying to find an inexpensive solution ... :smirk:

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Posted 09 April 2005 - 09:19 PM

Guys thanks anyway, solved the problem, worked all day on a homemade bracket and it works like a charm.


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