I've been having a lot of fun and success with my current setup - an ES 127 FD100 CF scope (952mm, flattened but not reduced), on a CEM70, with ASI6200MC and ZWO OAG, EFW, and EAF. After much tweaking everything seems to work well (well, guiding is always a struggle, but I can accept some lost subs here or there).
But it's galaxy season! So I'm interested in going down the path of a longer FL reflector, but am lost in the different types of telescopes, what I will need to learn in terms of collimation and coma correctors, etc.
Can anyone give some suggestions on a good, high quality reflecting scope that can reach some of the more interesting but small galaxies and will fit on my mount? I haven't weighed it, but the ff/filter wheel/oag/efw and camera are all pretty heavy as a package, so may have less wiggle room than it seems
Thank you, clear skies
Edited by spiantino, 08 April 2021 - 09:03 AM.