Sure!. I’m using an old Canon EOS 40D unmodified on a TeleVue-85. I mount them on a Skywatcher AZ GTi mount on equatorial configuration over a photographic tripod. I use a ZWO ASI120MM-S on a white label Chinese 50/190 guidescope to guide.
I use KStars/Ekos with INDI drivers to “drive” all the setup. Each night I’ve taken 20x180" frames at ISO800, darks, bias and flats (between 10 and 20 of each serie).
My processing, all done with SiriL, was straightforward:
- Calibration of each night frames
- Alignment and stacking. I use roundness as a filter to left out the bad frames. The SW AZ GTi has some rough behavior sometimes and some frames are unusable
- Photometric color balance. This is mandatory for DSRL images where the WB is way out!. Or under light polluted skies (like the ones I’m suffering)
- Asinh transform
- Multiple histogram transform
I’ve exported one final image for each night, with about the same level on the background. Then I’ve registered those “master frames” and stacked them using the maximum for each pixel.
Cropped and exported to JPEG