You can see from my signature that I'm a big TV fan. I view them as modern classics. All have Feathertouch focusers.
The TV76 on a Portamount is my grab-n-go scope. It sees more use than the others put together.
The TV102 and the NP101 are both too big for the Portamount and usually go on a SVP or a CG5 GEM. Am looking for a heavier duty alt-az mount with slo-mo controls that can handle them. So they don't go out unless the effort is justified.
The images in the NP101 are very subdued and clinical compared to the TV102, which is bright and boisterous in comparison. The TV76 images are similar to those of the TV102. The NP101 is used the least, at this time.
I would be remiss, however, if I failed to state that the FS78 shows more than the TV76. On the same night, the Trapezium's E and F stars could be made out in the FS78 but were invisible in the TV76.
Edited by JoeBftsplk, 22 February 2019 - 11:02 PM.