|Добавлено: Ср Ноя 15, 2017 10:37 am Заголовок сообщения: Bushnell Northstar 'Go-To' and auto-tracking???
I just received my 127mm Bushnell Mak, and I am MORE than statisfied!!
I have a specific question, and a general comment, as I have been closely following your board for a few weeks.
First, the general comment... For all of those NEW to Sky Watching, I would URGE you to spend at least one year with a good Star Chart, and a pair of binoculars. At the most, get an ALT/AZ 60MM Refractor, and spend some time learning the basics. You would be AMAZED at what a difference this makes when you get a scope that is inherently 'smarter' than you!! Your expectations are much more realistic, and what the scope is showing and doing makes much better sense. I joined a local club and started working towards various 'pins and certificates' they offer for learning the Moon, Constellations, Messier Objects, etc.
Now for my question.... The Bushnell works like a charm, could not be happier with the views, ease of set-up, and everything about it. My question is : Does it really 'track (follow)' the object? I align and point to Saturn, but it doesn't 'follow'. I have to move the scope manually, or tell it to 'GO-TO' Saturn. Not a big deal, but I want to be sure I am not missing something, and I wonder about using the scope for photography?
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.