On February 23rd I received my SvBONY SV305 telescope camera. I've always said I'm mostly a visually observer but I thought it be nice to have something to capture special Lunar and planetary events. I'd been getting some lucky shots with my cell phone through my telescope but this little camera makes it easy. After learning the software and adjusting the white balance, etc. I captured this shot of the moon. It seems to be equivalent to about a 5 mm eyepiece in my telescope. The 1.250000" barrel adapter doesn't fit well into my 1.250000" focuser without a hammer but it does fit easily into my Celestron 2X Barlow that is a little looser on the specs. So I'm really pushing the magnification limits of my cheap telescope at ~180X and I could only capture part of the Moon but I'm happy with the results of this single shot so far. I can't wait until I can see Jupiter and Saturn again. I still need a lot of practice to clean up the noise but with the seeing being poor last night and the high wind I was lucky not to get just a blur.
I was using my 102 mm, f/4.5, achromatic refractor telescope with a 60 mm aperture mask to reduce the CA (equivalent to f/7.65) and the 2X Barlow. Fixed, manual Alt/Az mount.