The images below show how I have configured a guider for my DSLR on my Losmandy GM-8 equatorial mount. Starting with a short Losmandy-D dove-tail plate, I mounted two Orion-style finder mounting shoes on one end of the plate. I had to saw off part of one of the shoes that extends down so that it would sit flush on the plate since the available mounting hole was too close to the edge. On the other end of the plate, I mounted a Manfrotto 496RC2 ball mount with quick-release plate. I mounted a red-dot finder on the inner shoe to help align the mount and find targets. I installed an Orion Magnificent Mini AutoGuider package on the other shoe. This is the same finder and guider that I normally mount on my 80mm refractor so that much less stuff to carry around.