sabelio wrote in post #17029640
I want buy a telescope with medium price.
I'm waiting for your suggestions.
jsigone wrote in post #17034215
Pick a Mount first, than a scope to go on it
Most likely the scope will be one of the cheapest pcs of the puzzle
1- You have not defined what "Medium Price" means, in other word what is your budget?
2- You have not specified if you need the telescope for Observatory activities only or you need for Astrophotography.
In general, through very good and constructive discussion I had here on another thread, Your best all around, very well rounded telescope for the price is:
"Orion Sirius 8 EQ-G Reflector Telescope with GoTo Controller"
That is if you can spare about $470 every month, for the next three months and take this one home.
Off course anyone now can jump in and say something that would be mostly correct but just believe me when I tell you, that you can not have a better deal for something that meets all the worlds and one telescope that probably till the end you will be keeping in your home or taking with you to your desired location, being light and mobile enough with easy of set up. Simply you are going to keep this one, whatever else you add or subtract in the future.
BTW Meade has Sale ( I believe today is their last day of sale) for Schmidt-Cassegrain , high end (coma-free) Ritchey-Chrétien type of their entire line of telescopes, that are wonderful wonderful telescopes but need some knowledge of "How To" so I can't recommend as long as I don't know at what level you are right now.
LINK to Main Site
These telescopes come with everything a professional observer needs and all have GPS, a lot of sophisticated aligning and tracking features with even Talk back to you about heavenly body in display so you even get a free knowledgeable friend to talk to you in middle of dark night and throughout the night without feeling sleepy
Well let me know more about your specifications and I might be able to guide you better.