Date Taken: 02/09/2013 Photographer:
Steve Peters, Orion Staff Location: Fremont Peak, CA
Orion EON 110mm ED f/6.0 Apochromatic Refractor Telescope
Orion Atlas Pro AZ/EQ-G Computerized GoTo Telescope Mount
Canon EOS 350D modified Exposure: 12 x 480s @ ISO 1600 Other Equipment Used: Orion Field Flattener for Short Refractors; Orion ShortTube 80 with StarShoot AutoGuider for guiding Notes: Not bad for just 96 minutes of total exposure time. This image is uncropped.
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With flat-out gorgeous workmanship and exceptional optical performance, the Orion EON 110mm ED will delight any astrophotographer seeking that "sweet spot" telescope - a high-end, fast refractor at an affordable price.
This three-in-one smart mount can operate in equatorial GoTo mode with one telescope or Altazimuth GoTo & Tracking mode while holding two telescopes. Features bump-forgiving closed-loop electronics, precise belt-driven motors and a 44-pound capacity.
Convenient & compact Deluxe Mini 50mm Guide Scope features helical fine-focus mechanism to allow for faster, more precise guide star focus. Designed for use with the StarShoot AutoGuider (sold separately) and telescopes up to 1500mm in focal length.
Designed for use with 400mm to 660mm focal length refractor telescopes with focal ratios of f/5 to f/7.5, this Field Flattener lets you enjoy the full potential of your fast refractor telescope for astrophotography. Fully multi-coated optics.
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