How much time will an object (star, galaxy, nebula, cluster) take to transit from one end of a 32 mm SuperView eyepiece to the other end of it to go out of the field of view when a DSLR is connected to the eyepiece (Nikon d5500, sensor size 23.5mm x 15.6mm)?
I have experimented the time taken when you visually observe a star. A star takes about 290 seconds to move out of view. So it moves about 0.5 mm every 5 to 6 seconds. Will the object move at the same time out of view when a DSLR is connected? So I assume if I keep an exposure time of 8 to 20 seconds the object should move only by 1 mm or less. Am I right here?