Atlas EQ-G

I recently bought an Atlas EQ-G but wasn’t really able to test since it’s been raining. Also found some problems and returned it and luckily got replaced. The replacement was a newer model, newer firmware and hand controller.

I was really impressed with the performance, with a very minimal time was I able to align and capture some cool images without the aid of an auto guider.

Please take note that no post processing done on the images below.

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Also, I’m very surprised about the stability of the mount. This is what I got from Auto Guiding
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