Marmot Posted May 29, 2021 Share Posted May 29, 2021 Hi Another question for all you more experiences people🙂 I currently have a red dot finder as supplied with my scope. I get on with it OK although sometimes I do find I end up in some uncomfortable positions trying to look through it to line everything up. The other common finders would appear to be 6x30 or 9x50 finder scopes in either a straight through or 90degree configuration. I find the idea of a 90deg finder appealing as it looks like it may be physically easier to access. However, due to the fact that it magnifies what you look at, how easy is it to locate targets with it.? I would appreciate any views people may have as I am trying to work out weather or not it would be a worthwhile investment. in case it makes any difference, I am purely observing and my scope is a Skywatcher ST 120 refractor. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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