The **Sv501p** already has a threaded metal shaft on the focuser. Simply screw a T2-ring onto it and the DSLR can be attached. You get a wide and sharp field of view.
Even the tripod supplied with the telescope can withstand the exra weight of the camera. For longer shootings, however, I would recommend a more stable tripod.
However, the weight of the camera is on the plastic focuser and to protect it, I would recommend taking the DSLR off after use.
The SV501p is a versatile instrument that can be placed anywhere and has more to offer than many people assume.
Here you can get an idea of how wide the field of view is in a 32mm eyepiece. more than 8 moons fit into the field of view. it has to be over 4 degrees.(With sv501p)
A trip to the moon with the SV501p
I discovered the moon in the sky today and immediately screwed the camera to the telescope.
Despite the short focal length, chromatic aberrations are kept within limits.
（The picture is unedited from the camera!）