I have been working on the collimation of my C8 and had a chance during the night to take some images at prime focus. The moon was bright and not far away so I was amazed how well it turned out. I did not use bias or flat frames for this particular image. When the moon is not an issue I plan on going hunting for some more globular clusters with this setup.
Exposure: L: 50 min (100x30 seconds unbinned)
Telescope: Celestron C8 guided by Tak FS-60C
Camera: SXV-H9 + guidehead