International Astronomical Union Observatory J82
My C14 OTA repainted - from orange to red - on the Paramount ME April 2015
My Meade 12 inch SCT on a CGEM (Classic) Mount
My 4 inch Meade Refractor with Sky Watcher Guidesope and ZWO camera on a CGEM (Classic) Mount
My Solar setup using a DSLR and Mylar Filter on my ETX90
DSLR attached to ETX90. LiveView image of 2015 partial eclipse on Canon 40D
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The Celestron 14 is mounted on a Paramount ME that I have been using for about 10 years now - you can see that it is mounted on a tripod so is a portable set up. I still manage to transport it on my own and set it all up even though I have just turned 70! It will run for hours centering galaxies in the 12 minute field even when tripod mounted.