I have been watching your forum for a long time, and there is probably no better one in our galaxy
Today I decided to write to you and ask for advice.
I have a Celestron 9.25 edgeHD AVX telescope, I need to buy a camera for simple astrography. I use the telescope in front of the house, where there are no street lights 100-150m from my house.
I live in a small town (6000people) on the outskirts of the city (200.000people). BL for my street is class 4-5.
To start with, I need to buy a camera to photograph the moon (60%) DS (30%) Planets (10%)
At the moment I have a celestron 0.7x reducer.
I was thinking of buying such cameras: ASI183MM-P, ASI553MC-P, ASI294MC-P.
Here, where I live, the sky is cloudy in 80% so I don't have time like some of you where you have a clear sky for 300 days a year
Therefore, I would like to photo on the largest objects like the moon (which is not easy to photograph) and if the weather is good and the conditions are ok make picture simple objects DS (Andromeda)
I know there are no universal cameras for everything (for planets and DS)
That's why I thought about buying a color camera. I know this is not a good choice. I don't know if my sky and its pollution will let me use a color camera.
That's why I was thinking of buying a hyperStar for my celestron to reduce exposure time when photographing DS.
Is any ASI533MCP or ASI294MCP camera a good choice? but do you buy a monochrome camera for the moon and then use it for guiding and better buy it for DS? just a question which camera to buy if I buy a hyperstar.
Can you help something?
P.S. sorry for my English...