Question for anyone, I'll be getting the ASI120mm mono guide cam to use with an off-axis guider (presumably the ZWO entry level one) in about a month. This will be primarily used on my WO Z73. I am also very interested in doing a little astrophysics while I take the long exposures. I've been poking at the calculator on the RSpec site and playing around with spacing but my lack of practical experience with guiding and OAGs means the picture isn't as clear as I'd like. A little searching on the CN site also didn't immediately reveal an obvious answer.
So, my question is, do we think I can use the SA-100 filter screwed in to the front of the ASI120mm camera that I am using for guiding with the ASIAIR Pro? Guiding on a bright star while also grabbing the spectrum of whatever-star-I-happen-to-be-guiding-with. Based on what I see in the SA screenshots, it might work?!?
Any and all input accepted, even if you say it is a wakadoodle idea, If, however, a Nobel Prize is offered for this brilliant idea I will mention all of you in my acceptance speech.
ha ha ha Matt