Everybody overpays momentarily... Everything's far too expensive right now. I bought a EQ6-R in the last pre-COVID summer. I now see heavily used ones - much older than mine - offered 100 or 200 bucks more expensive than I bought my new one two years ago. Insane.
Yes, that's the other current problem...
I don't have any experience with reducing coma correctors. But depending on how ambitious you are in terms of star shape you should not grab the cheapest one you can get. After all it will become part of the optical train and it's a lens (or rather several of them).Mike in Rancho wrote: ↑Tue Nov 16, 2021 4:11 am I have been reading up on coma correctors, so more learning to do. Thinking of the Nexus from Starizona, reducing and provides one of the focal lengths I was looking for. But I'll probably also want one that is non-magnifying, or if any, very mild. SW has a 1.0x but it's also not one of the cheaper ones. Guess I should look through all my little adapter rings too, in case I will need some of those.