I researched and I must say that the astromechanicsgroup solution is very interesting.
Aperture control, fire management with the optics motor and elimination of possible blur for the stabilized optics. On stabilized optics, if you do not feed the stabilizer meniscus, it remains free to move, in my case the Canon EF 200 f / 2.0, which with Canon Eos cameras is formidable, using ASI cameras that do not feed the optics I have to throw away 20-25% of shots.
However in my view the astromechanics option for my color camera, an asi2600mc, is not very practical from the point of view of changing the filters which requires opening / disassembling and closing / reassembling the adapter every time.
Since I also use different filters for color (baader uv / ir, L-Pro, L-Enhance, L-Extreme, Lumicon Deep Sky) I am evaluating the possibility of using the filter wheel as I already use for the monochrome solution (asi2600mm ) where the astromechanics option is great.
In your opinion, if in the voyager configuration I declare that the asi2600mc is monochromatic, so as to be able to configure the filter wheel, can there be contraindications / complications?
thanks a lot