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    Phillip Smith <hapchap@ozemail.com.au> wrote:
    IMHO, having owned several SX cameras and currently owning both an ST-10
    and ST2000, the SBIG cameras win as imaging systems. The SXV is a fine
    camera but fiddling around trying to cure flexure issues between imaging
    OTA and guidescope, using third party filter wheels etc. just wastes
    productive imaging time.
    John Noble, who recently switched from the SXV to the ST2k has a good
    article on his website which summarises the differences between the two
    and discusses the reasons he changed at
    <http://www.jnoble.darkhorizons.org/ST2K%20vs%20SXV.htm>

    HTH

    Derrick
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    Default CDD Cameras ???

    Thanks for the link very helpful

    Phil
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