I've mow got an adapter for my Canon dSLR but since I got it I haven't been out with the telescope. All I have is photos of roof tiles a couple of hundred yards away.
Tell G to do plenty of research before taking the plunge. A couple f hundred quid will get you going but you need to chose the type of telescope to suit your needs.
Also, and this must be the most common mistake and the one that puts most people off astronomy once try start, is I get the most powerful telescope that you can right from the start.
Firstly, the bigger ones lose less value once they're second hand. Secondly, you're more likely to make the effort to be up late at night if you're seeing things. Mine will just about let you see that Saturn has rings, but you have to know that it's rings and not just an odd shapes lump in the sky.
Once we're living out of town I'll probably end up spending another £800-900 for something better, and trying to forget about the £400 mistake I made.
Hope you guys are well.