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=== $400+ – The moon, large planets === At this budget you can do two things - add on to the previous setup or try to find a better scope. It may or may not be worth it for you to add on and you may wish to buy a better telescope instead or save up for one capable of DSOs. As with the previous section buying a second-hand dobsonian could save you a decent chunk of cash, which you can put toward a better planetary imaging camera. * Telescope: Orion Skyquest Xt8 - $380 * Camera: Orion Starshoot Solar system V imager - $80-$100 Examples: [http://imgur.com/cxfIaRG Jupiter] [http://i.imgur.com/6l3mqOm.jpg Saturn]
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