So for a while I have been gathering pieces for a project guide scope. I was using a widefield 80mm with decent luck. I am only imaging with a 4.5 starblast imaging OTA and the guidescope was heavier and bulkier than the imaging tube. So, I purchased a used Bausch and Lomb 50mm finderscope with 3 point rings of the 'Mart'. Next came the new HP HD webcam I bought off ebay. I did the mods to the camera, removing excess plastic and lens, and tested it. I had an old 1.25 to 2 inch adapter sitting around. A lot of work with a metal file and it finally fit into the tube. I set it up on a tripod and attempted to get some video to align it to the imaging ota. I focused on the farthest point I could see away. A electricity pole box with a green LED light down the street. I focused and waited to give it a try at night. Well I set everything up and aligned the mount. I left the scope pointing at the last calibration star. I powered up the webcam expecting to see nothing, needing to adjust focus settings would take forever I thought. The window popped up on the laptop with a perfectly focused star. I slewed the scope over to M36 to try to image it. Sure enough the guidescope picked up a star. It guided perfectly for over 37 minutes. Not bad for something I cobbled together.