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You could remove it from it's base and use mounting rings and a dovetail on a tracking mount. Most rings have a threaded 1/4 bolt or hole for a camera to be piggybacked. Prime focus with a full size DSLR might be an issue.

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I'm not into long exposure stuff, just the moon etc, the scope comes with a camera mount already for a T ring, just wondered if a DSLR was feasible, but I suspect it would be because it has the same fixing.

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