If Vespera is smaller than Stellina, do I lose quality?

If Vespera is smaller than Stellina, do I lose quality?

Vespera's aperture and resolution are indeed smaller than Stellina's but you'd be amazed to see what you can get with a 50mm apochromatic quadruplet! Just have a look at the results of the RedCat refractor, whose refractor alone (no frame, tripod or on-board computer) costs $750.
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