Hello [[firstname]],

          Perhaps you might be one of them.

The type of person, that has a notion that they might want to try out some astroimaging, but you are afraid you
might not get good results, or perhaps you feel your telescope skills  may not be good enough.

       Likely, you may come up with dozens of excuses to not give it a try.

Time to banish those thoughts out of your head.

If others can do it, well so can you.

So I will tell you what I tell others.

And it's pretty simple.

Before you make a big commitment to getting into astroimaging, start off with something that will give you
great odds of getting some good results, right out of the gate.

Then, once you see you are getting some half decent images with your equipment, you can jump in head first
and move up to the "bigger leagues".

Like anything in life, you gotta learn to walk before you run.

To make the process simpler,  I believe  that one of the best and low cost products in the market, to do this is
the Celestron Neximage 5 Solar imager. 

(  http://khanscope.com/productdetails.cfm?productID=4171  )

One of the best things about this product is in the included software.

It will not only grab the images for you, but stack only the best ones, therefore giving you outstanding results.

Folks are amazed at the results this imager can product.

 And right now you can save twenty bucks on it.

Jump in, feet first, and get started.

Clear Skies,

Ray Khan

PS  Most of what you read about astroimaging, in some cases can be intimidating and confusing for the beginner.
      Actually taking some images, and learning by doing, will be less time consuming and increase your understanding
      tenfold.

      Here is that  link again: http://khanscope.com/productdetails.cfm?productID=4171