Guide camera/view finder

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Re: Guide camera/view finder

#21 Post by jpinna » Wed Feb 27, 2013 4:15 pm

Dean you said in your first post that you wanted crosshairs.

I guess your DSLR has different metering modes. You could use that as a reference.
I have a Pani micro 3/4 and i have it set so to help me to centre object.
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Re: Guide camera/view finder

#22 Post by DRatledge » Wed Feb 27, 2013 4:57 pm

Len,
I too have a Telrad. I used it for finding the Caldwell Objects - hence the finder charts in the book all have Telrad circles on them. The only draw back with them is they are bit too large for small scopes.

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Re: Guide camera/view finder

#23 Post by ladam » Sat Mar 02, 2013 8:23 am

David - ah yes - I had spotted them in the book. I take your point about small scopes. Great device though.

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