I'm probably missing something obvious but i wanted to known if a single axis drive (right ascension) would be sufficient for very entry level photos of easy deep sky objects such as Andromeda galaxy, Hercules cluster, and Orion nebula. I recently bought a ZWO ASI224MC Cmos camera that is rated excellent for planetary imaging and very good for dso. With this camera i have taken OK pictures of jupiter and the moon (the pictures should get better the more i do it). Currently i have a celestron 127eq 5 in telescope with a manual mount. If i get the single axis motor drive and take relatively short exposures and stack a lot of them would this be enough to get half decent images of bright dso?
What Im really trying to get at is I don't want to buy a 1000 dollar mount😁