I continue to be VERY impressed with the Mesu 200 mount and despite having wondered if perhaps I should have got a mount where guiding was not needed... This guide graph shows that when a mount guides this well, then there's no problem at all with having to guide.
The ODK10 is on the mount at 1700mm. The guiding resolution at 0.26" per pixel is a great achievement. The Mesu has blended into the background now. I don't give the mount a second thought when imaging as I know it points where it should and does all that I need. I don't monitor it and just let it do what it should.
Would I recommend this mount to anyone? You bet I would. It works exceptionally well, has a great payload for imaging at 50kgs and is very good value for money when compared to the competition.
Sara Wager is an astrophotographer with published articles and images to her name