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First images taken with the new SV100Q. More to follow. Images taken by Jon Talbot in his light polluted yard in Mississippi and Dave Weixelman in Nevada City. They used a QSI and Apogee cameras respectively with 8300 chips. The camera was attached directly to the focuser as no field flattener is required for this flat field astrograph.

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