I actually did a breakdown of all the pieces, so I would know what weight I have to carry based on the different arrangements. Here's what I have:
Wedge+panhead mounted on the tripod: 1.6lb
Skyguider mount: 3.0lb
iOptron wedge (to attach to the front): 1.0lb
30mm guider and camera: 0.6lb
Support electronics (handbox, pc, access point, wires): 0.8lb
Canon 70-200 f2.8 lens: 3.6lb
EOS M5: 1.6lb
Some other weights, for different setups (not pictured):
asi1600mc-c with canon adaptor 1.6lb
Rokinon 135 f2 lens: 2.6lb
Rokinon 16mm f2 lens (close to the lens you have): 2.0lb
Canon 10-22 lens: 1.4lb
AT65EDQ: 6.6lb note: to use the at66edq you will have to use the dec bar and 2 counterweights. Heavy.
In addition, I have two kinds of batteries. One large one in case I use the asi camera and/or dew heaters. A small one I use to power the rig if I use the PC and/or want to power the camera externally. The camera has a very small battery, barely lasts two hours in continuous long exposure use.
The large one is a 400Wh lithium, weighs 12.5lb. The small one is a 96Wh lithium, weighs about 2lb. As you can tell, dew heaters and camera cooling add a lot of weight just by the sheer energy they use and the subsequent battery requirement. I only use those setups when I am parked nearby. For longer walks I use the small battery with the Canon camera (and pray for no dew lol).
Hope this helps.
So I totally forgot to answer your question! As pictured the setup weighs about 17lbs, plus the battery. In this case I'm powering from an outside receptacle (you can see the power supply laying on the chair).
Edited by dciobota, 26 February 2018 - 01:21 PM.