Well, we've just about booked Yongala in for the imaging around opposition if the skies are clear & half-promising: we imaged there a couple of nights ago where the seeing was no more than "possible" according to the forecasts, but turned out considerably better than anticipated from around culmination at 50° & down to about 47°...
We started with the ASI462MC & ADC intending to switch to the ASI290MM after a few captures with a freshly-adjusted ADC - but because the planet was starting to drop we only made 3 runs with the colour camera.
Re-setting the ADC it was apparent after that 3rd take that the seeing was starting to rise...not the norm in our experience after culmination & I did hesitate, thinking that one more capture with the 462MC would've been good to compare with the subsequent mono captures...
But I held firm, not knowing how the seeing might turn out to be for the next half hour or so & unscrewed the 462 from the nosepiece to swap in the 290MM - finding that I had unscrewed the front of the camera actual - exposing the sensor et al...a tad embarrassing!
Still, we're nothing if not "can do" folks & I soon rectified the problem & had the mono cam in place.
I won't rabbit on about these images, I think they are self-explanatory & reveal a fair wealth of detail...craters, including the prominent Schiaparelli & others can be seen in both the osc & mono outcomes - my only point I wish to emphasize is that the mono captures were taken in quite considerably better seeing which to our minds makes the 462's outcome more than meritorious.
I prefer more restrained sizing personally but made pairs of comparisons at 120% & 160% capture scales for those who might like such...others like the mono filter images are 120% with "best single frames" at capture: interesting protrusions at around 3-4 o'clock on a few of the images also, & as I mentioned in someone else's thread I don't think the osc is a slouch when it comes to revealing clouds or haze.