My goal here is to be able to quickly find objects in the sky(milky way, DSO, comets etc), track them while my canon camera is taking photo's of the said object.
I was thinking maybe some sort of GOTO mount. I have skyguider pro on the way but not sure if that will fit the bill what I am looking for. Can you all guide me in the right direction?
The iEXOS-100 is a good option for your purpose.
If you are good at DIY electronics, you could buy a CG-4 or Skyview Pro manual mount for $300 and add motors and controllers to it, using ONSTEP. Much better mount, and future compatible in case you get bigger scopes later.
One other thing to consider with the skyguider pro, is using platesolving to do a push to instead of goto. You could use something like my PSWAI, which would show you where the camera is pointed to on sky safari. You then iteratively move by hand /platesolve to frame your object.
Since you have a camera on your mount, you don't need an extra camera like in the above example. You should be able to do this with a raspberry pi connected to your DSLR. You will have to do some precise movements with the ball head, which can be difficult but you do have a large Field of View with the 135mm which should help.
Edited by hcf, Yesterday, 02:19 PM.