My main imaging telescope is a carbon tube 8" f/5 newtonian reflector from teleskop-service. Otherwise named UNC 8" f/5. It is specifically chosen for astrophotography. The tube is cut at a specific length so the primary focal plane is at the right spot for use with a camera. The Telescope is usable for visual observing, but only with an extender in the focuser. You can find it [here](https://www.teleskop-express.de/shop/product_info.php/language/en/info/p5032_TS-Optics-UNC-200-mm-f-5-Newton-Teleskop-mit-Carbon-Tubus.html).

In addition to my main scope, I have an Orion 127mm Maksutov telescope I use when photographing solar system objects like sun, moon, planets. It is not Ideal for astrophotography due to the thick Maksutov miniscus lens, which takes ages to cool down.