what this means is that before buying an edge hd,
One should ask the dealer if he has an optical bench and can make some testing.
I guess this test could also be done with a rhonchi eyepiec, isnt it?
In any case it fits the overall picture:
Mirrors and correctors with haze inside,
Reducers that are decentered and need different collimation,
Spherochromatism that is visible with a usual cmos chip.
A misaligned corrector is then just something that we can add to this list.
If it is like that, why do they not just sell the parts and leave the assembly to the buyer?
Whats the point in paying for a telescope if you have to open it, clean the haze, align the corrector to somewhere else and recollimate everything if you screw on a reducer? (or even design an own reducer because the one of Celestron does not work)
They clearly have a severe quality control problem there.
Edited by Benni123456, 18 August 2019 - 07:56 PM.