Since May this year I have been imaging some of the constellation of Cepheus to identify and bring together the many Sharpless objects in the region. I have now been able to stitch together five panes and used StarTools to produce this inverted image which helps show off both the delicate nebulosity and stars in this rich area of the night sky.
The images were all taken using a Skywatcher Star Adventurer mount, modified Canon 700D DSLR with a clip in Astronomik 12nm Ha filter and a 135mm Samyang lens. The individual light exposures were all taken at f/2, ISO 400 and exposed for 300 seconds each. Stacking was done in Deep Sky stacker and further processing using StarTools.