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 Wednesday, July 25 2012 @ 03:31 pm EDT (Read 1993 times)  
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I did a day trip to Astronomics new store and picked up a AT111EDT. I took it out to my Ozark Mountain location and was blown away. First, last weekend was fantastic out there. I setup and started imaging a couple of targets to get a feel for exposure lengths and field of view. My modded Canon 450D with a TV reducer on this scope turned out to be perfect. I'll start including some images here soon.

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 Wednesday, July 25 2012 @ 04:06 pm EDT  
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Nice scope! Now my WO Megrez 110 doesn't feel so alone.... Big Grin

Dave - Morrow, AR
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