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I've just bought my first telescope, a 10 inch Dobsonian, Saxon brand (same as Skywatcher).
In daylight I've collimated it with a laser collimator. Also in delight I've centred the finderscope on a house on the horizon (probably 5 km away). The image is inverted and the left side appears on the right. I understand that's normal.
The house is also centred in the eyepiece and the view is inverted and left appears right, as with the finder scope. BUT the horizon is at about a 60 degree angle ( see pdf sketch attached). Is this normal? Or am I doing something wrong? Or is there a problem with the telescope?
Many thanks in advance
I'm selling my Sky-Watcher 9x50m Finderscope including mount.
Item is in good condition and selling as I have upgraded to a RACI Finderscope.
Please see photos, asking for £25 in total including delivery.
Any questions, please let me know.
By kris h
I was given this Unicon Refractor Telescope a couple of years back now, and want to start using it.
I have the bracket but it's missing a finderscope. A finder similar as the one pictured would be great but anything that would fit will be fine.
(Not My Pictures)