Got my new C90DS in and temporarily mounted on an old Orion EQ mount (because it's the only one I had with a Vixen dovetail). I sweltered in the Texas sun learning how to use the finder, and I am definitely going to improve on that! I got the sun in the FOV of the 25mm Cemax eyepiece, and figured out how much I had to pull out the focuser to reach focus (it's way back there). I saw a disk but couldn't see any detail on it, partly because of the sun blazing onto my head and viewing eye. Definitely have to make some sort of hat-brim shield to keep the sun off of me while viewing.
I turned the etalon to each end of its limit trying to see either disk or limb details and saw neither. So I have some questions:
1. As seen from the eyepiece looking forward, which way do I turn the etalon for proms? To the right or left?
2. How quickly does the visibility of either proms or disk come into view? Is it very quickly, like barely a 1/10 turn, before winking out, or is the rotation range larger?
I am waiting on my ZWO mono camera to get here, then I can set the scope out in the sun and view the image on my laptop in the shade. But for now I'm trying to enjoy it visually, without much luck so far.
Thanks to all experienced Coronado users for any help!