The back end of the LX200 will be this combination of FLIP mirrors, Ao-7 jitter tracking module, another
FLIP pick-off mirror, 1.25" electric filter holder, and finally thet ST 8e CCD camera make up the main optical imaging system.
The first filp mirror allows you to open the optical axis strait into an eyepiece, camera or other detector
system if you want to mount it strait out from the cassigrain back focus. I also put in a flip mirror to allow the viewer
to use 2" eyepiece's at the strait out view port.
The light then passes off the first flip mirror to the AO-7 jitter control SBIG unit. This light reflects
through another FLIP mirror to the filter holder and the finally the CCD and tracking camera.
If in the future you want to use the jitter control AO-7 unit to track on the ST8e tracking 237 ccd chip
you can divert most of the on axis
light off a flip mirror to my fiber spectrograph pickup point. I plan to
cut the second flip mirror so that some of the incoming light will go to the 237 ccd tracking chip.
It would be possible to also change the flip mirror with a Beam Splitter mirror of about 50/50 so you can strack and keep
the light image on the end of a small 200 micrometer fiber that feed the spectrograph.