Because my camera takes 1080p video, the single frames are actually much higher resolution. I was able to see a faint dark cloud band in a single frame (not as good as with my eye through the eyepiece). My 6mm eyepiece focuses the light further away from the eyepiece, which is great for people who wear glasses so they don't have to press their glasses up against the eyepiece. However, this makes it harder to hold an iPhone over the eyepiece because you have to hover in mid-air rather than resting the phone on the eyepiece.
|Canon T5i attached to my small telescope with T-ring and .965" to T-thread adapter|
|Looking at Jupiter down the barrel|
|Single frame (not stacked from video), one dark cloud band visible|
|Stacked from 1080p video at prime focus (just a blob)|
|Single frame at ISO 6400 compared to Stellarium screenshot|