You can play with this tool - change equipment to your taste (camera icon):
At least you need a focal reducer to even get to 0.66"/pixel (tried with 0.68x reducer - and asi294).
And what is your budget ?
I'm starting out in astrophotography, I have used a Skyris 132C with SharpCap, and will be using my Nikon D700 with Backyard Nikon as well. I would like to advance into a CMOS color/cooled camera, but there are so many out there the decision is tough. I like ZWO brands, maybe a QHY not sure...
I've used the formula 206 x Pixel size divided by FL and coming up with a 0.63-.75 arc-sec per pixel. Not sure if that will work for me here in Florida with these not so clear skies. I was told by a sales rep at OPT that I need to be within a 1.0-2.0 per arc-sec, or i would have bloated stars. I definitely do not want this in my photos.
I have a CELESTRON 9.25 CGE XLT OTA, and would like to pair this scope with a good all round camera for both DSO, and Planetary. Could use some suggestions from you guys who are more experienced that I. This was my first ever photo using a Skyris 132C
Edited by Rockinrod, 22 May 2019 - 08:36 AM.