These are just a collection of lunar shots taken with my cellphone, a Samsung Galaxy S4. with an adapter attached to our Zhumell Z12 Dob. They have been enhanced by Google+ so you can see we've put a whole lot of work and money into this (sarcasm). We are not wealthy but we ARE enthusiastic! Gradually, If I stay alive long enough and we come into some cash, we might venture out a bit further into this hobby.
I have Celestron Nexstar 8 SE, alt-az mount. I take pictures and videos with my Huawei P10 smartphone with ocular projection, used 25mm plössl eyepiece. It gives 80x magnification, that's not bad for Messier objects. They can be captured only with one shot. Of course with this one shot comes not so many details, as it does with stacked images. Somehow I would say, these pictures looks like the really look through a telescope, for example a sketch.
A number of Solar System images taken from October 2013 to date. Shot using various equipment; Sky-watcher 150p (EQ3-2), Skywatcher 200 Skyliner Dobsonian, Sky-watcher 130pds (HEQ5 Pro Goto), Canon 350d, Canon 600d, Canon 1000d (now modded), QHY5L-II (colour).
Some more images of the moon, taken with my NIKON D5300 & a Celestron x2 Barlow with screw top attachment.
I know that most are not to clear, but there is a couple keepers in there, and as i perfect my photography and astrophotography, well i can have fun along the way getting there hey.
I have been imaging using my SkyWatcher Startravel 102mm refractor on a Go-To Synscan alt-az mount and Canon 600D DSLR since just before Christmas 2015. Having since read, "Astrophotography on the Go" by Joseph Ashley I have been inspired to use longer exposures, typically 30 seconds at ISO 1600 and to take more images per object (up to 200 light frames) weather permitting. I use Deep Sky Stacker to collate frames and subsequently process the master image using StarTools. I hope this album of images shows improvement upon my earlier attempts.
Since April 2017 I have been using a SkyWatcher Star Adventurer (SA) mount on an old Celestron heavy duty tripod to image DSO's with my Canon DSLR. At Christmas 2017 I received a modified Canon 700D DSLR and an Astronomik clip-in Ha 12nm filter to complement my UHC filter. I am continually impressed by the accuracy of the little SA mount.
In January of 2018 I began using my old CG-5 Go-To mount to take images and later swapped the original Celestron polar scope for an modern SkyWatcher type which has made polar alignment faster and more accurate.