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skyhawk
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Sorted finally mounted camera

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Sorted finally mounted camera needed another of the mounting brackets baader came today
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brian livesey
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Re: Sorted finally mounted camera

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It looks like SKYWATCHER is still using short saddle plates with single locking screws on its mounting. Some would say from bitter experience 'tis a recipe for disaster.
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David Frydman
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Re: Sorted finally mounted camera

Post by David Frydman »

Also the lens seems to need more central support?
Not sure if the camera mount is stressed or just too much lens forward.

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David
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