Photos taken with a SONY a6300 in night mode. No zoom was available at the time, but the planets were very conveniently visible daily right out my window, so photos were easy to take. And the weather mostly cooperated - only a few days' photos missing due to overcast skies.
Tokyo skies are generally not good for astronomy, with few stars visible above the big city lights. For the conjunction, it worked out well though as the lighting was able to separate just the brightest planets and stars for the optics. So other than occasional aircraft and clouds, not much else visible in the sky.