For a wider field of view I'm using the second setup which consists of a TS65Q f6.5 420mm FPL53 quadruplet imaging apo refractor paired with a QHY294M Pro monochrome camera which is using the same sensor as the ZWO ASI294M camera.
When used in the 11mpx mode I am slightly undersampled at 2.27"/px but for correct sampling at 1.14"/px, I can always use it in the 47mpx.
Being a quadruplet refractop, the telescope offers a corrected field of view for sensors up to APS-C in size so it doesn't need a field flattener reason why is very pleasant and easy to use.
The camera is being used with a QHYCFW3 7x36mm filterwheel and a full Antlia 3nm 36mm unmounted SHO and LRGB set.
The focus is being controlled by a Pegasus Astro FocusCube V1.
The mount used for this setup is an old EQ6 with upgraded Geoptik dual saddle and puck for EQ6 and upgraded altitude and latitude bolts, mount that has also been hypertuned by Dave at Dark Frame Optics for an excellent improvement in performance. The mount is also powered by the same Nevada 13.8v power bench.
The mount is guided by a Skywatcher 9x50mm finder-guider paired with a second QHY5L-IIM guide camera.
The same as the 1st setup, for dew control, I'm using the W&W astro dew straps and Hitecastro dew heater controller.
This setup is sitting on a homemade pier built from a steel square tube that I found in a skip, a couple of car break disks and 4 brackets for fixing to the concrete.