I apologize in advance if the question has been discussed before:
I am getting a new 6SE and from what I read in the forum, one of the issues of SCTs is their narrow field of view.
As I am getting ready for the most necessary equipment to compliment the scope, I've decided the essentials would be (that's based on reading a lot in this forum):
Telrad Reflex sight,
Baader Hyperion 8-24 zoom eyepiece,
Explore Scientific 24mm 68 degrees eyepiece,
Celestron Luminos 7mm 82 degrees eyepiece,
Celestron 7-Amp Powertank
I already have Stellarvue dielectric diaginal
Since you probably notice an overlap in the ranges of eyepieces, I wonder if it's a proper thing or not. My thinking behind this range was: to get a great low magnification piece in ES 24mm, a convenient zoom (I found this zoom very useful on my small refractor) and high magnification 7mm with a very wide angle.
I am not sure if this makes sense though. Baader will cover pretty much the whole range I need but do I have enough field of view at 68 degrees? Will it be enough to observe comfortably and do I really need the ES 24mm at 68 deg. and 7mm 82 degrees (I thought at 7mm I really need the wide angle otherwise I will see a super small area at 68 deg. of the Baader)
Hope I managed to describe my conundrum clearly enough and also hope experienced users of 6SE could help with advise,
Thanks in advance guys!