On a budget? Wanna snap cool photographs of the International Space Station (ISS) by hand? We have a simple solution for you! No tripod required. No image editing. No fancy software programs.
Using a DSLR (you should already have a DSLR if you’re trying to capture high-quality photographs), an adapter ring, and a cheap telescope, I was able to capture images of the ISS as it passed overhead.
In this video, I used a Celestron Nexstar 90GT with a Sony A6000. Holding the telescope by hand I was able to photograph the ISS as it passed overhead. I’ll go into detail showing you how to accomplish the task yourself.
Have questions or advice? Please write them in the comments!
T2 T Lens to Sony E-Mount Adapter Ring: https://www.amazon.com/Foto4easy-mount-Adapter-NEX-7-A6300/dp/B01IUT3EBO
Sony A6000: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1201894-REG/sony_alpha_a6000_mirrorless_digital.html
Celestron Nexstar 90GT: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1308494-REG/celestron_22095_14_nexstar_90_gt_computerized.html