This scope was epic! It was designed and built in the Halley era to show the the great comet.
Lest you think it not up to the task, witness this image of the moon!
Now, the image quality...leaves something to be desired, admittedly.
But stripped of its eyepiece which is needed for infinity camera focus (one reason I dislike digiscoping) it's not bad. The lamp harp imaged at 20ft shows reasonable detail.
Meanwhile, the sheer insanity of digiscoping means the scope operates (at its top power) at an f-ratio of about 68 causing diffraction to OBLITERATE detail in the image. Now, if I only had a camera coupler that was about 1 inch shorter, it could work at prime-focus.
Edited by RichA, 04 June 2020 - 04:25 PM.