Ok time to see if I can clean up the Schmidt corrector in my Dynamax 8. So I'll be posting what I do and why I'm doing it. I'm not a Dynamax hater or an optical snob. My purpose for my posts are to try to educate others so they have the information they need to make an educated judgement of their optics and in this thread use the information to test and possibly refigure their own corrector
So the first step was to pull the corrector and remove the secondary assembly. I remove the screws around the retainer ring and carefully lefted the corrector out. I then removed the three screws on the back of the secondary housing to gain access to collimation screws for secondary. I then removed them while holding the secondary with piece of lens tissue. With the secondary out of the housing I unscrewed the housing which is in two pieces and removed it from the corrector plate.
Edited by DAVIDG, 30 January 2017 - 09:20 AM.