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Nickp writes “You can use an ordinary digital camera to take pictures through a telescope or microscope, without any special adapters or lenses. The secret is to use “macro mode”, a feature nearly all cameras have nowadays. It’s intended to take closeup pictures of things only a few inches away from the lens, but since that’s the apparent distance of what you see through a scope, it works for that as well.”Link.