This thread just keeps going and going..... (kinda like the C90).
Just thought I'd add another report. I brought mine out last night for a quick look Venus, then decided to stick around and give it a go at imaging Mars and Saturn (haven't processed the data yet, but visually Saturn looked great, Mars less so but polar cap and hazy details were there visually at around 125x).
I left it outside and returned later for what I figured would be a quick half hour or hour long session. I ended up spending 3 hours exploring various double stars in Aquarius, Pegasus and Cepheus, most of which were "first time observing" for me. I was using the Sky Watcher Light Chariot (SW's version of Celstron's SLT mount) which works very well with the little C90, highly portable since I usually run it off of the 8 AA battery pouch that hangs from the mount. The whole thing can be carried with one hand (including scope). Tight doubles of nearly equal magnitude are especially pleasing, since the diffraction arcs that appear around the stars at around 125X (2x barlow of a 20mm Sterling plossl) just add to the asthetics...made it seem like to eyes peering back at me from deep space (29 Aqr).
Edited by caheaton, 30 September 2018 - 11:23 PM.