EAA is not just for DSO's. Here are a few shots from yesterday using a Lunt 50HTa solar scope and an ASI 178 MM camera.
Solar imaging is like planetary imaging. There are no background stars so you can't live stack. All of the beautiful solar images you may have seen are the result of alot of post-processing (stacking, sharpening, etc) but you can still see some cool stuff live with EAA.
As you can see, I have my Lunt scope piggybacked on my Evo 8. This way I can use the Evo's tracking capabilities and remote control. The balance is way off but I usually don't track for long so hopefully I am not putting too much stress on the motors...
One image is of some surface detail and the other is of a few small prominences (small but actually as big as the earth!). The exposure required to capture each is markedly different so they are usually captured separately and them combined later in post-processing.
The exposures used were 0.86 ms for the surface shot and 31 ms for the prominences. Gain 79. Single frame live screen capture in Sharp Cap.
I hope you enjoy. The sun is really interesting in that is its very dynamic. Even in a slow solar period, there is always something to see in the H-alpha band. And it changes daily or even more frequently.
OBLIGATORY WARNING - DO NOT LOOK AT THE SUN. DO NOT POINT YOUR SCOPE AT THE SUN UNLESS YOU HAVE THE CORRECT EQUIPMENT AND FILTERS