Im a Dsrl user all my astrophotography life, so, i never had any kind of experience or see one in action and therefore i dont know if the investment is worth or not.
Anyways, if i hit the plug, it will always be a color one. Im aware of the superior quality of mono, but, due to my professional situation, my astro nights are simply like this: one night, from time to time. I need to do a target completely one a given night and thats it. I dont have multiple nights for LRGB or Narrowband.
I had before, a similar situation with a modified Canon 450D to mono with all the adapters and filters for LRGB and Narrowband. It was a complete disaster. I dont have the time to do all the exposures, darks, bias and flats for each filter.
For what ive been looking, for my Takahashi fsq 106, a 16200 based chip camera is the correct one, but i also saw on some field calculator programs, that this sensor will get me oversampled image of targets.
Im very green on all this new philosophy, which is very different from DSLR.
Im also looking into the new ZWO ASI 2600 MC Pro, although there is no test yet with this new camera.
Im a little lost.
I also have the focal reducer 0.73x for the Tak and the extender 1.6X.
Can you help?
Edited by Emanuel, 15 January 2020 - 08:37 AM.