NGC 3938 is the main object in this field. It is a classic face-on spiral - SA(s)c. It's distance is somewhat vague for such a prominent galaxy. Early Tully-Fisher (redshift independent) measurements places it 18-19 million light years distant; a later Tully-Fisher place it at about 55 million light years; more current estimates (SNII optical) place it at about 71 million light years. Redshift distance measurement places it at about 48 million light years. I showed the 71 mly redshift independent estimate and the 48 mly redshift estimate in my annotation.
Also captured in this image the galaxy NGC 4013 - classified "Sb edge-on". Its distance estimate (by Tully-Fisher and redshift) are more consistent and range from about 49 to 58 million light years. Arp 62 (APG 62) is also seen. It is a distorted galaxy pair with an estimated distance of about 240 to 280 million light years. A better image scale would do a better job on this object. There are a number of background galaxies and Quasars (I annotated the brighter ones). The full size image shows these best. The furthest Quasar that is still reasonably visible in the image has a redshift of 2.205.
Image and details can be accessed at the link below (or by clicking on the NGC 3938 thumbnail image); full size image can be accessed from the image webpage and has an image scale of 1.76 arcsec/pixel. The annotated image link is provided below, but that can also be accessed from the image webpage.
NGC 3938 and NGC 4013 Annotated
Scope: Explore Scientific MN152 at f/4.8
Camera: ST8300M (Baader LRGB filters)
Location: DAA Observatory, Shelter Valley, CA