I recently finished up testing a sky camera for meteor capture and condition monitoring built with a NoIR V2 camera. I also added a light pollution filter - I've not seen anyone try that before, and I got good results with it. It takes 10 second images one after the other all night, and saves them to a networked share to avoid writing to the flash. It's in a weather resistant enclosure and dome - the post includes enough information to easily recreate it and sample results. It works well even in my backyard which is in an orange band on the light pollution maps. It easily captures far more stars than I can see with the naked eye.
I hope you find it interesting or useful. Thanks! - Jason