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Offline peter larkin

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Polemaster
« on: 16:52:16, 13 May, 2016 »
Hi
Used my New polarmaster on my sw eq6 pro last night after a few goes I got Polaris  bang on
I did a one star instead of the usual 3 star alignment and every object  was bang on before the  clouds roll in
Well worth the £150 I paid for it on astro ads uk.
Pete

Offline Nomis Elfactem

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Re: Polemaster
« Reply #1 on: 21:11:30, 13 May, 2016 »
 :clap: :thumbup:
Simon

Scopes: Astro-Tech AT-111EDT Triplet, TS65ED Quad, Orion ST80, Modded PST-90 Solar Scope, PST Cak (on loan)
Cameras: SXVF H694, Atik 16ic, Canon EOS 600d, DMK41, DMK21, QHY 5L-II (mono & colour)
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Offline swag72

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Re: Polemaster
« Reply #2 on: 10:48:22, 14 May, 2016 »
I've just got one and am looking forward to giving it a go as well :)
Sara
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