The soul of my equipment is a 200/800 Newton telescope built into a carbon tube by SkyWatcher, which was modified according to my individual needs with the help of Iván Éder. During the conversion, the OTA was given a Lacerta Bearing Type focuser, and the factory secondary mirror holder core and spider legs were replaced with a custom-designed version.
A SkyWatcher NEQ6 Pro mount is responsible for moving the scope, which also received a belt drive by Iván Éder.
Until the end of 2019, I took my photos with a CANON EOS 600D camera modified to astrophotography and a SkyWatcher F4 coma corrector. Precise guiding was provided by the great Hungarian-designed Lacerta MGen II Autoguider,it has been used for many years.
In early 2020 I replaced my CANON camera with cameras developed for astronomical purposes. Because the benefits of back illuminated CMOS sensors and classic astronomical CCDs are not yet combined in a single solution, I use a ZWO ASI 183MM pro to photograph compact bright objects, while capturing large, dim nebulae with a Moravian G3 Mark II 16200 CCD. I use an Astronomik L2 luminance filter and an Astronomik Deep Skye RGB kit for both systems. I still use the Hungarian-designed excellent SkyWatcher F4 corrector for the ZWO ASI camera, but a Pracorr Type II corrector was also added to the Moravian set up for this purpose.