I have a similar camera, and I also experimented with using it as an 'all-sky' camera.
My adventures are on this thread.http://www.skyatnightmagazine.com/forum/all-sky-camera-t129007.html
As you can see, you end up with a planetarium effect image which is very impressive, showing every star you can see with your eye, and the Milky Way too. I never had much luck in capturing meteors, but I do have a few of the brighter ones.
I would be very interested to see how you get on.
In the end I switched to using a Raspberry Pi solution with a Picamera, which I now have permanently mounted. (for reasons mentioned in the thread) It does the job of showing me the state of the sky, but it doesn't catch meteors. It shows the ISS well enough though.