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celestron 9-27x56 with m43 through eyepiece

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Old Tuesday 16th October 2018, 23:53   #1
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celestron 9-27x56 with m43 through eyepiece

Hi all I've just bought my first spotting scope a celestron 9-27x56mm and I'm very excited about trying out some digiscoping. I have a Panasonic gx9 with a t mount adapter but would like to digiscope through the eyepiece. Is this possible?

Our should I just use my canon compact g7x or my phone?

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Old Wednesday 17th October 2018, 12:18   #2
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A bit of an aside - for which I apologise - but how are you finding the scope? I'm in the market for a cheap(-ish) scope for use with a monopod when travelling and the Celestrons are on my list of 'possibles'.


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