In addition to its capable performance as a guiding instrument, the colour CMOS camera that comes with the kit can also operate as a lunar, planetary or even deep-sky camera. Using a backlit, Sony IMX290 sensor with a high resolution, 2.1 megapixels (1,936x1,096 pixel) array, the camera can record video at 15fps, for lunar and planetary imaging, or individual exposures up to 16 minutes long. It fits directly into a standard 1.25-inch eyepiece holder and includes a C-Mount extension tube. To test the camera as a standalone instrument, we transferred it to an 11-inch SCT telescope and pointed it towards the Moon. Although high in the sky, the pleasing detailed on some features, including Vallis Alpes. Dropping down to the Trapezium region in Orion, we were treated to a rich, colourful view of the nebula surrounding the star group, indicating that the camera is sensitive to both hydrogen (red) and oxygen (green/blue) wavelengths.