I've been fortunate enough to have a few clear nights over the past week to add more data to this target.
After the first attempt I decided to amend my exposure settings to:
600s Unity Gain 111 Bin 1x1 -15C
This is my first 'serious' attempt at capturing a deep sky astrophotography target having only recently purchased a dedicated setup.
With an almost full Moon I wasn't sure what impact this would have on image quality, even with an Ha filter. Nevertheless, I'm relatively happy with the results so far.
Ha - 41 X 600s (6.83hrs)
Darks - 17 X 600s
Flats - 100 X 0.81625s
Bias - 100 X 0.000032s
Still a work in progress but the Ha element of the image is almost complete.
Telescope: William Optics Zenithstar 81
Guide Scope: William Optics 50mm
Imaging Camera: ZWO ASI183MM Pro
Guide Camera: ZWO ASI290MM Mini
Mount: SkyWatcher HEQ5PRO