Hope that all is well!
I just bought another scope that I am going to use for in some distant future as a solar scope. Just starting.
1. Do I need Energy Rejection Filter at all? or the objective can keep up without it? it is 6'' achromatic. My intention is imaging only. No observations. I know that Energy rejection filters are quite expensive, so I decided to double check with the community surely I will add narrow band later in the optical train.
2. if I do need Energy rejection filter - what is the best place for it? to cap it on dew shield or directly the objective lens?