CURRENT: from the left, TS65 astrograph for astrophotography (widefield) my fourth scope. Next, Altair 60mm finder guider. Next, Altair 115mm refractor for astrophotography and observing.
CURRENT: Celestron C8 SCT. Excellent scope for planetary viewing and imaging. It aslo gives superb views of deepsky objects (especially nebulae) when coupled witht he Celestron 31mm LUMINOS eyepiece
As mentioned in the last slide - Celestron LUMINOS 31mm - 82 degree field of view!
CURRENT: Lunt 50mm Solar Telescope. I've captured some stunning images of the Sun with this scope. It suffers from a poorly manufactured focusing mechanism but this can be replaced...for a price.
SOLD: Orion 80ED, refractor (on top in photo) my third scope bought for ease of use and mainly for astrophotography.
SOLD: Celestron C10n, newtonian, my second telescope and probably a bit of an impulse buy as like most in the hobby I was overcome with "aperture fever" :-) Best views I've had through a scope!
SOLD: Celestron C8n, newtonian, my first really good telescope, I was able to see my first galaxies, clusters and double stars with this. I also took my first astroimages with it in 2010.