Greasy, The cheap Celestron is probably OK to take images of overdates, mint marks and doubled dies.
Further out images seem to blur near the rims and are more clear in the center when taking images of a whole coin.
I didn't pay much for mine, some people have had better success than me for sure with this model.
If you're semi serious, you probably get what you pay for. I would rely on somebody else for a better suggestion.
I would not recommend the one I have. You'll only be sorry you didn't get a better one later.
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