Telescope: 10” Meade LX80 at f/10, Orion Atlas EQ-G
Camera: ZWO ASI294MC Pro, -10C; Gain: 200
Filter: Orion Imaging Skyglow Filter
Guide scope: ETX-60, Meade DSI Pro III, PHD
Exposure: 28x120sec saved as FITS
Darks: 32x120sec saved as FITS
Flats: 32x30sec, LED tracing tablet covered with 3 layers of muslin
Average Light Pollution: Red zone, fair transparency
Lensed Sky Quality Meter: 18.6 mag/arc-sec^2
Stacking: Mean with a 2-sigma clip.
White Balance: Nebulosity Automatic
Software: Nebulosity, Deep Sky Stacker, Photoshop
I had this scope set up earlier in the evening for imaging Jupiter at f/25, so I brought it back to f/10 for a couple of test images. The image is a tad soft as I forgot to reset PHD to go easy with the guiding and it tended to over-correct a bit. Imaging at f/10 is a bit of an acquired taste, but it can work well when the seeing supports it.