I was cleaning up the living room tonight and realized I hadn't taken the telescope outside in a long time, mostly because I keep forgetting to get a wedge for it so I can mount it properly but the moon and Jupiter were right overhead and so I dragged it out into the back yard and I'm glad I did. Jupiter's Galilean moons looked spectacular and I could make out the banding on Jupiter clearly.
There are twelve Hasselblad cameras on the surface of the moon, someone needs to keep an eye on them.
I took a couple of half assed photos with the GX7 which mostly also only made me realize that I need to get a proper camera setup for the telescope too.
Procrastination done, I went back inside and ... typed this instead of finishing cleaning.
Not sure what this is, it's variable depending on what eyepiece you have in it. Though magnification isn't as important as resolving power which is determined by the aperture -- the wider the telescope the better (for most things).