Re: APO time?
I have hands on experience with ES 102 and 127 APO, both carbon fiber version, and love them both.
Another point for going with ES other than good quality and customer service is that it gives you an easy path for upgrading. Once I outgrew 102 I sent it back to ES for store credit. They gave me a fair value, you pay some on top and get next model .
Life time warranty is good to.
Scopes: Celestron 8" SCT F10, ES 127mm CF APO F7.5, Orion 120ST/F5 Achro. Mounts: ES Twilight I, Bresser EXOS2, Orion VersaGo II. Binos: Orion 10x50, Celestron 8x42. EPs: TeleVue: Radian 3mm, Plossls 11-15-20-32mm, 2x barlow; ES: 82o 4.7-6.7-8.8-11-14mm, 68o 16-20-24mm; Baader: Classic Orthos 6-10-18mm, Aspheric 31-36mm; Celestron: 0.63 reducer, X-Cel LX 5-9-12-25mm, Luminos 7-10-15mm; GSO SV 42mm. Filters: Zhumell: UHC, OIII; Baader: UHC-S, M&SG, CB; Orion: SG, H-beta; Lumicon: OIII, H-beta; DGM: NPB.
DSO tally: 549; H400-1: 242, H400-2: 55; M110: 110, S110: 36, Doubles: 306, Comets: 2
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