Over the evening of the 6th and morning of the 7th October 2018 I was able to take this image of the region in Cygnus around Sadr. The image is composed from 24x five minute light frames, 7x temperature matched dark frames plus a master flat and bias frame from my library. The light frames were captured at f/2, ISO 400 with a modified Canon 700D and clip-in Astronomik 12nm Hs filter and 135mm Samyang lens. The mount used was a Star Adventurer on a Celestron Heavy duty Alt-Az tripod.
Stacking was done in Deep Sky Stacker and subsequent processing using StarTools.