Last year I bought this:

Celestron NexStar 130SLT

This week I bought this:

Celestron NexImage Camera

Tonight it was sufficiently cloudless that I could take these:

They're both Jupiter. You can just make out one of the large cloud bands running round its middle. You make them by taking a video with the webcam and using stacking software to align the frames and average them all together to make one image, so all the random noise disappears. The one on the left was taken with the webcam's shutter speed slightly faster than the one on the right. So it's a bit less blurry than the one on the right but also looks a bit less Jupitery. These probably aren't technical terms.