Anyone use a camera in one side of their binoviewer?
I'm looking to record exactly what I see in an eyepiece simultaneously, to the best of my ability, with a camera.
I could use a flip, but I already have that built into the back of my MAK and the different focal lengths makes focusing a real chore and I can not afford to mess around with a flip when time is of the essence.
I was thinking of using a beam splitter, like the one in the heart of the 1.25" Coma beam splitter (https://www.adrianol...olo.asp?ID=4135) by Adriano Lolli until I realized, I already had something like that in an old microscope head I have sitting around. Wait...I wonder if a binoviewer would do the trick?
So, this sounds like a good excuse to obtain an entry-level binoviewer...and enjoy it as a binoviewer as well. I have a pair of matched 5mm Celestron X-cels coming my way...sooo...why not? (be using them for Jupiter)
I have searched the forum, doesn't seem like anyone uses a camera in one side of their binoviewer.
Any major hiccups come to mind? I would appreciate your recommendations. I don't want to go out and just buy the lowest-cost used binoviewers and end up in disappointment.