I was looking at the new 72 Hour Challenge, Celestial Bodies, a bit ago. I remembered that I have a telescope my mother in law gave me that I've been hauling around for years. The telescope is a Nexstar 80 GPL. I was trying to figure out if I could attach my G5 to it for some lunar photography. I was hoping someone with a little experience in these matter could let me know if I'm headed in the right direction. I think I need this: Celestron SLR Camera Adapter with Integral 2x Barlow Lens 93640 And then I would need a T-Ring, followed by a T-ring to m4/3 adapter. The Universal Celestron adapter would drop into the spot where the eyepiece goes, (#2 on picture below), then the T-ring on that, then the T-ring to 4/3, then my G5. Am I correct in thinking this is the proper set up? Is there a better way to do this, or another way to attach the camera to spot #1 in the picture below? Thank you very much for any help or advice you can offer with this.