TareqPhoto Posted June 30, 2021 Share Posted June 30, 2021 Hi all, Now a budget will come next month [July], and it will be split into two or three things or items, one of them i almost sure to go with 99%, so only two remaining, one of them is about this topic here. I want to buy a refractor for DSO imaging, and i want cheap small one, i have the choice between 60s aperture scopes or 70s aperture scopes, if 60s then simply i can add 0.8x reducer later and i will be fine, but with 70s aperture then i have to do one of two things, A. To buy a reducer such as 0.65x or 0.7x only, B. Buy APS-C mono camera which is very pricey for now, but it can be a plan later anyway. So with two choices i have to be careful what should i buy, your opinion. I decided to keep my QHY163M and not buy APS-C mono now yet, i think i will leave this camera for next year, unless i get lucky and win money somewhere, so i don't know if i should based my choice on 4/3" cameras or future APS-C mono, and i don't ask which type of refractor because it will be used for NB mostly, so it can be a doublet or triplet not a problem, but cheap, no more than $500, so i can buy two scopes at once, let me see what will be your opinion or choice for me. Thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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