Guide Scopes

One of the most common ways to improve tracking for astrophotography is to use autoguiding setup. There are two way to do this, using a guide scope or using an off-axis guider. A guide scope is typically mounted on top of, or beside, the main imaging telescope. These small, high-powered refractors are prefect to use since they don’t add much weight to an imaging setup and do offers the detail needed to see the star drift

One of the most common ways to improve tracking for astrophotography is to use autoguiding setup. There are two way to do this, using a guide scope or using an off-axis guider. A guide scope is typically mounted on top of, or beside, the main imaging telescope. These small, high-powered refractors are prefect to use since they don’t add much weight to an imaging setup and do offers the detail needed to see the star drift