These images of Saturn were captured from the driveway amidst atrocious street lighting glare.
In fact I used a piece of black plastic board propped up in the open trunk of my car to shield the scope from the glare!
With planets, tracking isn't so much of an issue, and guiding is unecessary. The technique is to take many short exposures to freeze the seeing. I used a pocket digital in movie mode attached to a Celestron 6" Reflector with Clock Drive.
I ignored the golden rule of digital cameras 'Dont, for Pentax Sake, use the Digital Zoom!' Normally that's good advice
but in this case I had only a 3X optical zoom which gave a very small image of Saturn. I decided to zoom to illegal levels which
produced a big but horribly noisy image. I hoped to overcome the noise by stacking hundreds of images together.
The best image resulted from a stack of 1695 frames of Saturn.