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Celestron Polar Axis Finderscope for CG-5 Mount - 94224 94224
Celestron Polar Axis Finderscope for CG-5 Mount - 94224 Product Info
Celestron Polar Axis Finderscope for CG-5 Mount - 94224 speeds accurate polar alignment by providing a means of visually aligning your Celestron German Equatorial Mount with Polaris and true north. As a result, you can spend more time observing and less time setting up. Polar Axis Celestron Finder Scope has an easy to use cross hair reticle. Celestron Polar Axis Finder Scope 94224 is designed for CG-5 mounts. NOTE: Mount is for CG-5 ONLY and will NOT fit the CG-4.
Celestron Polar Axis Finder Scope for CG-5 Mounts - 94224
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I ordered this along with the Omni XLT 150 Reflector to help get an accurate polar alignment. It would indeed make it very easy and fast to setup and align the mount ... if I could use it.
I soon discovered it was designed for the CG-5 mount ......
This finderscope is quite difficult to use, since it is not illuminated. I was unaware of the difficulty this would cause, or I would have re-considered the purchase. I got around this by shining a penlight off-axis down the finderscope opening, a...