That is going to be a pain for a 127mm Mak. It won't scale well as a 80mm is big and may get in the way of the head when viewing.
I need a better finder to take pictures. I feel really blind with a camera on the back of my Mak, and that 9x50 on the side. I wasted a lot of time looking for any fuzzy patch mag 4 to 5. I swung over to M42 and the 9x50 didnt even show a fuzzy patch. That's terrible, it can easily be seen with small binos. However becuase the Orion Nebula is so easy to know where it is from the bright center that looks like a star I was able to take some shots. Here is a sample. But tough luck trying to find anything else in the sky without a better finder.
Jan 7th. 28 second exposure ISO 1600
This is RAW unedited. I have a stack but i am totally new at processing so getting a better image than this will take a lot of time.
Edited by Nate1701, 20 January 2021 - 08:34 AM.