This is my best Moon shot so far using the Celestron NexStar 6SE on my A3000. This time I got the settings adjusted better, and focus has improved from my previous shots (seen in my A3000 - Adapted Lenses thread). It's still very, very tricky to focus this sort of thing. As a 1500mm, f/10 "lens", with an attached 2X Barlow on the T-adapter, the Moon takes up more than the whole frame and moves fairly quickly across the frame (when not using the tracking motor in the scope's computerized alt-azimuth mount). So here it is: ISO 800, 1/250, Shutter speed priority, JPEG, processed in Snapseed on iPad (enhanced brightness and contrast), and NOT cropped at all (although the image was reduced in resolution by the iPad/iCloud in the transfer)... Moon via Sony a3000, Celestron, Snapseed for iPad. by SRHawk64, on Flickr Next steps... practice focus more (try Manual Focus Assist some more, focus peaking does not work well for this), and get a remote shutter control (this baby shakes)!