I brought my very first telescope August 2019 a Celestron Se6, and my first DSLR 5 weeks ago, A nikon D3400, I'd never used editing software, but spent a few weeks figuring out how everything worked.
Here is the result of footage and photos shot this week. 20/February/2020
Did you know you can process the wavering video in a program called Registax, and come up with a sharp image? It separates out the individual frames, help you pick the best ones, stacks them, and uses special sharpening techniques. Here's one Youtube tutorial, the Solar System Imaging forum can help you out and point you to more.
Below is one I did that way. Click on it for a better view. The video it came from looked very much like yours.
I think you'd like this book.
One thing. The very bright Moon and planets are pretty easy. Even so-called bright deep space objects are hard, because they're much dimmer. The book helps you by showing you how to use a camera and a lens for deep space. Adding a scope makes things very difficult. And expensive.
Edited by bobzeq25, 20 February 2020 - 03:24 AM.