My 7D finally arrived and after reading a bit of the manual to figure out how to change some settings and actually get into the movie mode, I headed off to the telescopes. It was NOT a good night for viewing/photo'ing, as the seeing was 2/5 and transparency 3/5 (click link for some explanation about what those are), but the weather forecast does not look good for the next few nights. The optics were a 4880 mm f/12 telescope. The settings for Jupiter were the HD movie (1920x1080 px) at 30 fps. ISO was 400. The shot for the main moons was 1 second at ISO 400. The final image of Jupiter is 91 images averaged (3.03 seconds). The settings for Uranus were also HD, at 24 fps, and ISO 3200 (I also did one at ISO 6400, but 3200 came out just as "good"). The final image of Uranus is 49 images averaged (2.04 seconds). Despite the horrible seeing, I was still reasonably happy with the final results if, for no other reason, as a proof of concept that this'll work. All images are shown at 100% size.