Advanced apologies to @pcos for crashing his thread.
So bear in mind this is meant to be a lightweight travel rig. So it's really at a minimum - i.e. DSLR control, not dedicated astrocamera. It basically looks like this. In normal cases, this looks off-balance being top heavy but bear in mind this is a harmonic driven mount so it can handle the load. This is a minimalist approach with no need for laptop/PC although a tablet is very useful.
It takes 12V in (in my case coming from the Omni Ultimate providing 38400mAh), and there's a 2.5mm shutter release port for the Raspberry Pi controlled intervalometer (synced to allow dithering).
There is a top display which is kinda useless especially with the WiFi dongle plugged in. There's a couple of free USB ports but one is used for autoguiding.
The guidescope is a 120mm with a hacked/modified ASI20MM (older one using USB2).
Finally in the mount, there is a Raspberry Pi camera used for polar alignment.
Edited by AnakChan, 31 August 2020 - 08:52 AM.