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Old Monday 19th January 2009, 10:45   #1
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New Subforum for telescopes/DSLR digiscoping.

We will shortly be introducing a new subforum specifically aimed at photographers who use and experiment with astro type telescopes for their photography.
All threads pertaining to this form of 'digiscoping' will be moved into this new subforum.

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