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#21 lukepower

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Posted 30 September 2016 - 05:58 AM

And do not forget the corrector performance: the ASA Wynne used in the N serie won't correct and not even illuminate a 16803 chip. The 16200 hits the right usable size better, plus you can stick with smaller filters. For me the main reason for the 16200 is the clean data you get - it is a leap ahead of the 8300 or even 16803 in that regard

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#22 afesan

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Posted 05 October 2016 - 09:56 AM

Hi Guys..

I´m also considering a G3-16200 for my ASA N12 with the 5 positions internal filter wheel .See last conversation about an adapter for ASA 3" corrector. Finally it´s on production ?. I like Plug&play solutions .. No handskill&mechanics headaches here :P  ; even more:  this will go for a hosting/remote telescope and I want to simplify all. 

Moravian or ASA supplies this adapter in order to fit the camera to the Wynne?..

 

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#23 ChristerS

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Posted 06 October 2016 - 12:03 PM

Hi,

I have a G3 16200 wit the new Wynne adapter just released by Moravian ant it works fine, note it dont support any OAG no space for that to short BF.

It is intended for G3 with the external 7-places filter wheel witch is needed if you want LRGB+NB

You can se it on the Wiki  http://asa-users.org...php?title=Other

 

BR,

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#24 afesan

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Posted 06 October 2016 - 12:16 PM

Thanks, Christer !!!..

Great info.!


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