Quick post here to share the first light data I was able to get on the RCOS 10" F9 system. While I have had the scope for a bit, other gear changes and needs took priority, but now that we are in a good spot with the sky full of Galaxies, I decided to take the RCOS out for a spin.
Scope: RCOS 10" F9 RC
Camera: QSI583 WSG
Mount: AP1100 CP4
Exposures: 5 min RGB x 64
Aquisition Software: Starkeeper Voyager
Collimation of the scope was slightly adjusted using the Tak Collimation Scope, and worked wonderfully. Seeing this night was not the best, and I had my imaging interrupted continually by passing clouds. The TCC system worked perfectly, and kept the scope well cared for throughout the night. Voyager RoboStar was used for focus, which worked nicely. The RCOS does not really need to be focused all that often though.
Feel free to poke at it and give some comments and critique, but do so knowing that the total integration time is fairly low, and the test was more aimed at checking the optics and the control capabilities.