Have you ever wanted to photograph the Moon, planets, stars and other objects you see through your telescope on your smartphone?
Many of us are bound to have tried it at some point. There you are, refractor pointed at the Moon, gazing in wonder as the terminator emphasises the glorious structures of lunar craters and mountains.
You’d love to be able to capture what you’re seeing, but all you have is the smartphone in your pocket.
“Surely,” you think, “it’d be easy enough to hold my phone’s camera lens up to the eyepiece and capture an image”.
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