Is the above any good for astrophotography?
I've had about 5 clear nights since I got it, and a t-mount for my wife's canon 350D.
I had some difficulty getting my shots in focus so I bought some software that would allow me to control the camera from my laptop.
This helped a lot, but GAH! then the lens had misted up! :-)
My main issue is with the tracking, which to be honest, I haven't managed to get properly aligned (it is always a couple of degrees out).
Once I got it tracking saturn, (by using goto, and then zooming around a bit with the arrow keys), I found that the tracking was discreet instead of being continuous, and that each tiny movement of the motor (every second or so) caused small vibrations in the scope.
This was all really visible in the shots that I took of saturn: several small wobbly balls! :-D
So, would I be better off using a webcam and registax ?
Any tips would be really appreciated.