If you'd like to have even more fun with your telescope, consider an astronomy video camera. These awesome tools can broadcast real time images of deep space objects to a monitor and function as cameras. You could teach a class while watching globular cluster resolve on screen, or share the views of Saturn during an outreach program. Perhaps you might like to make a film of a shadow transit on Jupiter or record the day’s solar activity. Maybe you'd just like to record motion pictures of comets or record a lunar eclipse... the possibilities are endless! Planetary cameras and digital imagers are a wonderful, low cost way of introducing yourself to astrophotography. These fascinating tools can be as easy to use as inserting the eyepiece camera into the telescope and turning on the screen! This is one of the coolest ways to share your hobby with others in an easily accessible way, and can produce truly breathtaking views that are by their nature preserved for others to share.