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Smart phone piggy back adapter

I made a smartphone piggy back bracket from aluminium moldings from Bunnings ($21.36 total including 1/4" nuts & bolts). I thought I can picture Milky Way with my Android phone with a long exposure apps. But may be I don't need to piggy back if I can shoot the Milky Way in few seconds in a dark site Anyway good to spend a spare time in bad weather.
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Old 22-01-2019, 10:53 AM
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now add a ball head to adjust direction and track meteor showers. ? gimbals?
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My wife suggested to attach 360 degrees smartphone camera but I declined gently. No point to piggy back I thought.
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