Voyager has been around for over seven years, but it is just gaining momentum in the English speaking world in 2019.  Reviews are starting to appear, and we really appreciate hearing about your experiences. Please  let us know if you write a review – short, long, in a forum or an online or hard copy publication – and we will link to it here.   Thanks!

Diego Colonnello on CloudyNights.com
Diego Colonnello on CloudyNights.com@diegocolonnello
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Voyager Review on Cloudy Nights Forum

I am an astrophotographer that started looking up with a camera on a Telescope around September 2016, my start on AP was like every other person, Didn’t know how an equatorial mount works, and had no idea about the celestial pole…

My first experience with an observatory was with a Nexdome, Plastic wonder, easy to assemble, rotation and shutter opening automated, this set up started to raise my imaging level and step by step you want things to work over night and gather photons while sleeping…

Then, things started to happen, one night it was PERFECT, the next, nightmare, mount not parking, shutter not closing, meridian flip failed, or simply the focusing routine went bananas and everything fell apart… I hate the case of constant “Downloading” that made me loose a complete night….

I started to go deep into settings, scripts, adding devices as Cloudwhatcher, Dragonfly, new power supplies, energy backup, etc//// But always a weak point, Software…. READ MORE....