For those of you who have been following my lunar imaging work, you know I have been using the ASI183mm camera in conjunction with my C9.25 Edge scope. The camera has a 5496 x 3672 pixel sensor, which is great for wide field coverage of the moon. I have been wanting to test it on planets using small regions of interest, but have been limited by weather and time. I took this image on June 2 at 06:36 UT using a 610nm long-pass filter at F/10, which is my normal lunar imaging setup. Seeing was so mediocre that I didn't bother continuing the imaging session, but I'm impressed with how this camera performs. Despite having an enormous sensor, the small ROI I used had no problem imaging at 200 frames per second. This image is presented at the scale captured, and is slightly under sampled for my scope, but under these conditions this was as good as it was going to get. My image of Jupiter and Europa that was taken with the ASI224mc was taken from the next night, and the conditions were better so I didn't test the ASI183mm that night since I wanted color, but it will be interesting to revisit under better conditions.