Quattro f/4 Imaging Newtonians

The Sky-Watcher USA series of Quattro f/4 imaging Newtonians will be the subject this week on the What’s Up? Webcast. The Quattro series of Newtonians offers three larger aperture telescopes for deep sky imaging work. In this episode the Sky-Watcher team will take a dive into the Quattro series and how deep sky imaging with faster optics mean shorter exposures.

Quattro f/4 Imaging Newtonians The Sky-Watcher What’s Up? Webcast is a live webcast held every Friday from 10am to 11am Pacific on the Sky-Watcher USA YouTube channel. Each week they discuss new astronomical topic including gear, visual and imaging techniques, interviews and more.

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