Well I'm surely interested in astrophotography. Or maybe not. I really don't know -- to be completely honest. I am sure however, that i want to buy a telescope, and observe the far sides of this perpetually expanding, glorious universe of ours. So i won't be modest, and arrogantly demand help. My real predicament is the fact that i live in Toronto. Toronto, if you don't know, is a place where the coorprorate world frankly does not give a "poo" about the environment. So i am covered by a greyish sort-of cloud that seems destined to suffocate me in my sleep. Could someone provide a list of telescopes (reflectors, refractors, i don't really know; although refractors are smaller, so i 'guess' that's most acceptable) and their respective ranges; that is, which aperatures and magnifications provide, let's say, a view of Neptune. Also, from what i have read, digital cameras are the outcasts of the astrophotography world. What camera is best for me? What are the "adapaters" which provide access to my telescope with a camera called? Any information is truly very helpful.