I hope I brought my question to the right the place!
I've been into astrophotography now for a little while (9 months I think?).
My current setup consists of an Ioptron SkyTracker Pro, a Canon EF 135mm (red ring), an unmodified Canon EOS 2000D, an SVbony UHC, counterweight kit, and some necessary stuf like a tripod, intervalometer, etc....
It looks like I will have some budget for new stuff in a little while and I was wondering: What is the best thing I can do next?
I've been thinking about loads of stuff like filters, a camera modification or a new telescope? I just can't seem to figure it out! A telescope would mean an equatorial mount and an apo refractor (but these things would off course mean a bigger investment though).
I think I am in need for a bigger or more precise mount, as my Ioptron SkyTracker has a lot of mistakes in the tracking it does ( I have to throw away so much data afterwards!)
What are your thoughts about this?
Please let me know as it would really help me out!
Thank you in advance!
PS: My interest lies in DSO's (all kinds of DSO's)
Edited by Xander50, 04 December 2020 - 03:55 AM.