I have done some white light solar imaging so far. Have the Quark Chromosphere on the way for Ha sun. Did a trial on the moon.
So what is left? Last night I decided to try my first long exposure imaging with the Esprit 120. Putting the scope’s optics to the test, using my old (unmodded) Canon 400D camera, without light polution filter. The Scope came with the necessary adapters, but no flattener.
Guiding with QHY5L-II camera in PHD2. Taking 6 x 120s exposures at ISO800 in APT. Stacking done in DSS, with some quick processing in Photoshop.
Without any light polution filter and the old unmodded Canon 400D (without live view), I am quite pleased with this early result.