I've been searching around, trying to find recent information on this topic - but everything that I've found seems to be a bit dated.
I have an older 10" Meade StarFinder f4.5 produced back in the late 90s.
Originally, it would have been sold with the Meade Magellan 1 PushTo system as an optional accessory.
I'd like to see if there were some way of better guiding me to finding DSOs, since I'm still new to this, and still have some difficulty getting small/faint objects in view.
I've seen a couple of places advertising the DobsonDream series - which look promising, since they are compatible with SkySafari - but these seem to be telescope model specific...and don't have anything resembling my old scope.
I did find this topic - but since the last post there was from 2016, I was hoping that there might be some updated information on this.
Can tracking cameras do the equivalent, of knowing where the scope is pointing, for example?
Do these even work, without connecting them to a tracking mount?
Any help, advice, or pointers to other threads discussing this is much appreciated