Images taken over ten years or so - so far! Until 31st October 2019 all the DSOs were taken using an Atik 314L+ camera through various telescopes. Planetary - when added - will have all been take using a ZWO ASI120MC througha Meade LX90-8".
Very short exposure (typically 15s -20s each) live stacks at the scope with ZWO's ASi224 color camera. No post processing. All images with either a 8" SCT @f3.3 - F4 or a 50mm guidescope (as noted) on an Alt Az mount.
The very low read noise <1.5e and >75% QE of the camera allows for very short sub exposures and makes high resolution EAA possible even with low and mid range Alt Az mounts that are primarily meant for visual observing.
See my thread on CN: http://www.cloudynights.com/topic/508613-new-camera-%E2%80%93-eaa-with-zwo-asi224-with-nexstar-8se/
I'm starting now to publish my 1st photos of my 2nd imaging year, with a new setup and techique. This setup is totally different from my 1st year. On my 1st year I had fun - and fell in love with Deep space imaging - with a very fast system: C11 Edge HD + Hyperstar @F2. Out of about 70 photos on my 1st year - and for a rookie - I got half a dozen good ones, a few more so-so decent..and the rest quite weak.
NOW IT'S YEAR TWO...AND I HOPE IT RUNS EVEN BETTER