I was looking at some imaging accessories and ran across a Barska and Vixen universal digiscoping adapter for doing afocal work. Clamps to eyepiece and has platform for a camera (or in this case - a night vision monocular) to point at the eyepiece and get a steady mount that can be adjusted for distance and height.
I have my mak cass at F/12 that can get the magnification needed for faint galaxies, gobular clusters, and planetary nebulae, but using a Micro as the eyepiece is too noisy at F/12. If I use a standard eyepiece and then an adapter with my micro and its ENVIS lens pointed at the eyepiece, it should get the view of the eyepiece and then amplify that to gather much greater detail than my eye could alone, particularly if a low power 2" 42mm eyepiece with large eyelens is used, correct? I am assuming the view would be somewhat vignetted.