Yes, it's very small, I need to work out a way of using the barlow properly and this is going to take some playing during the day when I can work out what tubes connect to what attachments to get focus. Ah well.
After capturing the AVI, I tested out the 24mm Hyperion. As usual, I got the normal Hyperion experience. Really wide views crisp and clear. I tested it out on M44 and not only could see the cluster, but the two stars in Cancer either side. This gives me higher Mag than bins, but the same FOV. Excellent. I then decided to try the Hyperion tuning rings on the 5mm and went back to Saturn. In theory the tuning rings will give me the same mag as the 5mm with x2 barlow. This did indeed seem to be the case, but as everything was misting up quite badly at this point, it was really hard to say for sure. In fact, I gave up at this point, I'd only been out for an hour, but as everything was misted over, including the tripod legs, I didn't see the point in struggling on. An enjoyable session even if somewhat short.