My Redcat should be here on Tuesday and I already have the Fujifilm adapter to mount my X-T3. I will use this temporarily while I'm trying to decide which dedicated astronomy camera to buy for it. The idea is to match the sensor to the optics as best I can.
Using the CCD Suitability Calculator, its seems that the ASI183 is the best match, at least on paper anyway. (250mm x 2.7 crop for 1" sensor = 675mm focal length) When conditions don't match the combo the result is oversampling which means I can pixel bin for correction. Initially I considered the OSC version using a 2" Optolong L-Pro filter for simplicity and weight savings as this setup is my travel rig (Skywatcher Star Adventurer). Although now I am considering the monchrome version with a manual filter wheel.
Do you guys think this is a good combo or should I look at something else?