Star Finder: p. 9

Correct:The below image shows what the star finder says you would see if you looked south. Note that the star finder displays a fairly distorted view near the circular edge of the star map. Thus the "teapot" of Sagittarius is distorted on the right hand side of this images (i.e., towards the southwest).

If you remain turned towards the south, but raise your eyes to look directly overhead (in a direction called zenith) you would see this:

At the center of this image is the head of the northern cross (star Deneb in the constellation Cygnus): it is at zenith.