Friday, March 03, 2006
Zeiss Diascope and Coolpix 4500 for Birding and Lunar Imaging

During the last few months I have frequently been asked about the new setup that I use for birding and for imaging the Moon: what setup do you use for birding and for imaging the Moon, and why do you image the Moon with the Zeiss Diascope anyway. Why not use the TAL 200K or the TAL 100RS?

I will start with answering the last question first, why do you image the Moon with the Zeiss 85mm, why not use you’re 8-inch TAL Klevtzov or 4-inch TAL reflector. In the second part of the article I will tell you more about the setup I use for both imaging the Moon and for birding.
Posted by Math on 03/03 at 07:45 AM | (1) Comments | filed in: Equipment | Print