But not thrilled about the focuser. It works fine but coming from a refractor guy, I never really know the location it's in like you do with a Crayford type. Especially now that I'm considering getting a motorized controller. So I have seen a lot of references to the Moonlite focuser.
So my questions are how much range do you get with a ML? If you set the factory focuser in one position and lock the mirror, can you focus with using the native FL and a reducer? I've looked the the ML and it seems like the travel range is pretty minimal. Once the mirror is locked can I focus with the reducer at f7, pull the reducer off and image at f10 without having to adjust the Celestron focuser?
Also I may be getting another ZWO AEF as the one I have works well and I can use it with the AIR. Also I don't want to be tied down with needing a computer to manually focus if just observing.