Date Taken: 09/25/2011 Photographer:
Orion Image Location: Aptos, CA
Orion 180mm Mak-Cass
Orion Sirius EQ-G
Orion StarShoot Deep Space Video Camera Item # 52185 Processing: Registax, MaximDL Other Equipment Used: Orion Shorty-Plus 1.25? 2x Barlow, 1.25in. Orion Astrophotography Flip Mirror, Orion EZ Finder II Telescope Reflex Sight, Orion RockStable Anti-Vibration Pads Notes: Captured with Orion AmCap software
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Superb high-power performance, compact lightweight design, sharp high-contrast view, and clearly defined astrophotography capabilities make the Orion 180mm Maksutov-Cassegrain perfect for the advanced planetary observer or astrophotographer.
The Orion Sirius EQ-G GoTo Telescope Mount is less hefty than the Orion Atlas but with the same drive motors, electronic features, and functionality. This mount can hold up to a 30lb load and allows you to select from 42,900 objects in the database.
The Orion 1.25" Astrophotography Flip Mirror is a real time saver. It allows you to find and focus your target visually through an eyepiece instead of by tediously taking pictures. Focus through the eyepiece, then flip the mirror to take a picture.
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