I'm hoping the new ZWO OAG can replace my Celestron OAG, for various reasons.
The Celestron is inherently also a manual rotator. The ZWO OAG appears not to be.
It comes packaged with a 48mm tilt (why the tiny one on the large OAG I have no idea), but none of the OAG tilt adapters appear to provide for rotation.
From it I would have the EFW and ASI6200MM camera, neither of which can rotate.
So I think I need to put a rotation device in between the OTA and OAG.
Note that something like the Pegasus Falcon may (I can't really tell) not work because of the guide camera and its mount being thicker than the OAG, so the flat surface on the Falcon will hit it, I think.
Any ideas? What are people doing for rotation when all the components (OAG, EFW, camera) are screw threads?
PS. I was originally thinking the CTU would work, but in checking I see no sign it does rotation.
Edited by Linwood, 05 August 2021 - 11:59 AM.