From Gizmodo's There's Poop on the Moon list of things left on the moon:
- This gold-plated telescope that was the first tool used to make astronomical observations from the surface of another planetary body:
The article links to the Air and Space Museum page APOLLO 16, Viewing Earth from the Moon, Dr. Carruthers' Telescope and one of the images there shows much better detail. Was it "point and shoot" or semi-autmoatic? Film-only or some video or electronic measurements as well? Did it do any data collection after the astronauts left?