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Thought I should at least enter this, although I generally stay away from competitions where I am not the only judge ;).

This is a shot of Plato plus surroundings, taken with an iPhone 6 Plus handheld at the eyepiece.

Scope: Tak FC100DC (another 50p in the swear box!)

Eyepiece: 3 to 6 Nag Zoom at 3mm setting (I think!) giving x246.

Mount: AZGTi on Gitzo tripod

Taken using Procam 4 and cropped and processed using PS Express, all on the phone.

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