Couldn't make it out to the glades since my daughter was making us calzones, but I didn't want to waste a cool, clear night so I set up in our driveway. Set the camera piggyback on the scope with the lens at 400mm, F5.6, 135 exposures of 30 seconds each, 640 ISO. The problem with this object is that the core is so much brighter than the rest, so it always gets overexposed. There are tricks around this problem, but I haven't figured them out yet. The calzones were excellent BTW! Going away to college has made her quite the chef. She can catch kings and sails too.