I'm tring to get into astro-photography and I have a usual dilemma, which one would be the best for the job. I'm more interested into shooting deep sky objects. I've been looking for "nice" telescope and I've read thousands of post all over the internet and I came down to these two:
Skywatcher Telescope N 250/1200 PDS Explorer BD EQ-6 Pro SynScan GoTo http://www.astroshop.eu/skywatcher-telescope-n-250-1200-pds-explorer-bd-eq-6-pro-synscan-goto/p,19171#tab_bar_1_select
Celestron SC 203/2032 advanced VX AS-VX 8" GoTo telescope http://www.astroshop.eu/celestron-sc-203-2032-advanced-vx-as-vx-8-goto-telescope/p,32997#tab_bar_1_select
I want to use it for astro-photography as well as visuals. As for astro-photography everyone says "the bigger, the better" so I'm leaning towards the Newtonian. However, I've read that Schmidt-Cassegrain are great for both activities.
Which one would you go for?