I'm very interested in getting into Solar imaging, but I'm wondering about how the Daystar Quark would work with my scope. Most people I see using Doublets or Triplet with a Daystar, but would having a Quad make any difference in quality or would it not work with the Quark? I don't want to ruin my scope or my camera, so I'm just curious about this setup. I can purchase a M48 to 2" adapter for the Quark, so connecting the two isn't an issue.
I'm really wondering about this config:
Meade 70mm Quad APO Astrograph
Daystar Quark (Chromosphere)
(Maybe a reducer)
I'm ignorant to Solar imaging, so go easy on me.
Edited by Tartarrsauce, 04 August 2021 - 11:42 PM.