I found out about the MallinCam early in October 2005. After some research, I purchased the MallinCam Pro in early December 2005. Once it arrived I was blown away by the live images I was able to see on a small television that I bought. But the best was yet to come. It did not take long for me to purchase additional components that I needed to feed the signal directly to my laptop computer and capture images. By late January 2006, I was obtaining images of deep sky objects and, on January 31, I was obtaining images of comets. I used my Meade 8-inch LX-200GPS. I will let the images do the talking here.
The supernova remnant M1 in Taurus on 2006 January 31