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    Default Re: New to the community !! Scope desison and wide field astro photo work. ??



    Hello Mike! Welcome to the Forum

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    Default Re: New to the community !! Scope desison and wide field astro photo work. ??

    Hi Mike and welcome to the forum. I don't have enough experience to "recommend" a scope but I'm very happy with my Skywatcher Mak 127 on SynScan go-to mount. Just putting it out there.
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    Default Re: New to the community !! Scope desison and wide field astro photo work. ??

    Welcome to the forum Mike
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