Telescope: Meade 10” LX200 SCT (Wide Field) @ f/6.3, Orion Atlas EQ-G
Camera: Full-spectrum Modified Canon 600D (Rebel T3i)
Filter: Orion Imaging Skyglow Filter
Exposure: 4500x1/500sec, ISO 1600 saved as AVI (BYEOS 5x Movie Mode)
White Balance: Photoshop Automatic
Software: Backyard EOS, Registax, Nebulosity, Photoshop
Just for yucks I grabbed a short AVI of Jupiter using the BYEOS 5x movie mode, stacking the best 4500 images from the original 5000 images. The image scale is a tad small, but not bad. This does a fairly good job showing what Jupiter looks like through a modest telescope. The Great Red Spot can be clearly seen, and the moons include (from left to right) Ganymede, Io, and Europa. Callisto is out of the field to the left.