Two things to check: focus and motion.
For focus, don't just "eyeball" it. Buy or make a Bahtinov mask, and use it to focus precisely on a bright star. Then slew to the Moon and begin imaging.
How are you triggering the shutter? You can't use your finger. You can't touch the camera or scope. Make sure you are using a remote. If you don't have one, use the camera's self-timer.
The problem could also be bad seeing. Don't take one or two frames. Put the camera into video mode if you can and shoot 15 or 20 seconds of video. That will allow the stacking software to average out the movement of the atmosphere and give you a sharp image. It also gives you enough frames that you can throw out the worst ones and still have enough left to process.
I used the Canon app from my phone so I didn't actually press the camera button at all
And there were a few intermittent wisps I'd say drifting by
I could see the drifting though the camera but it didn't seem really bad
The mirror was kinda fogged up a bit would that affect it?
And I think I used about 50 to 70 frames I think
Edited by Anirudh, 07 December 2019 - 08:29 AM.