To capture the wide field view of Jupiter with the moons Io, Europa & Ganymede, I attached a focal reducer to the little ZWO planetary camera, which was inserted into a large telescope. There was a fast flowing jet stream in the sky so the seeing was not the best, but I did managed to capture a few AVI movies for these images.
For the full image of Jupiter you can just see the Great Red Spot coming into view on the limb but the seeing went right off and I was unable to get any more images until later.
Images taken with a Meade LX200 10inch telescope at prime focus with a ZWO ASI120MC-S camera with a focus reducer attached for the wide field and a 2x Barlow lens for the full image of Jupiter. AVI movie files captured and stacked in RegiStax6 and processed in PS CS4.