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Finally and finally the astronomical twilight has reached the Arctic Circle and last night was a couple of hours of favorable conditions for the initial testing of the new optics. In the summer, William Optics' pretty red 250mm f / 4.9 RedCat lens and color-matching tracking engine and Red Dot were used. Because in Lapland, the sun shines day and night for half a year, and for the rest of the time there are either clouds, ice fog or northern lights interfering with the shooting, so attention will be paid to the appearance of the equipment when nothing else can;)
The target is the classic duo of the Swan constellation - P-America and Pelican Nebula, which fit well in the field. Pleasantly sharp optics also reproduce the stars on the very edge of the image. The Bahtinov mask that comes with the tube works great and the focus is done in seconds.
Overall, I am very happy with the purchase and I believe that thanks to its ease of use and mobility, this set will have a lot to describe!