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Community Level 1ant_emberson

ant_emberson

Skywatcher 200 F/5 HEQ5

AdvantagesHigh quality optics, a very sturdy mount, Built in precise drives & Heavy.

DisadvantagesNo bubble leveller on mount, No manual & Heavy

"Skywatcher Explorer 200 F/5 & HEQ5 Mount As this telescope comes in two parts (the scope - the mount) and each part is available separately, I've written two reviews, one for each. Firstly the Scope ***Specifications*** Main Mirror Size = 8" (200mm), generally the bigger the better. But the bigger it is the less portable everything becomes, it's a bit of a balancing act... Focal Length = 1000mm, the length from the main mirror to the ..." Read review
11.05.2004

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Community Level 1orbiter

orbiter

Great scope for the keen amateur

AdvantagesLarge aperture, reasonably portable, good optics, dual axis drive on motorised model

DisadvantagesPolar alignment scope difficult to use, heavy but necessary counter weights

"The large aperture on this scope gives it good light gathering capacity enabling you to the see further fainter objects that smaller aperture scopes don't. It's well built and keeps its collimation if treated right. The optics are great giving sharp clear views although the focuser can be a little tricky for faint objects. The eyepieces are standard so it's easy to get more of different powers to enhance your viewing experience' with the right adaptors ..." Read review
21.02.2006

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