October certainly has been "planet parade month," and my region has been blessed with the skies to take advantage of it. Even though Jupiter and Saturn are somewhat low in the sky and the seeing not optimum as a result, their rare paring now makes it easy to try some imaging.
I had tried Jupiter some time ago with a C8 with disappointing results, the main issue being poor seeing that night and inability to achieve proper focus. Seeing last night, although average (compounded by the low angle) was better. After more than a dozen captures on my Q3.5, here's the best result, this one with 1777 frames in about a 80-second exposure on a ZWO ASI120MC camera coupled with a Celestron Ultima SV Series (93506) 2x Barlow, SharpCap, Registax 6, and PS Elements.
Right behind Jupiter (nearly literally) was Saturn, my first-ever attempt, using the same equipment and applications, 664 frames (due to longer exposures).
Edited by ETXer, 22 October 2020 - 08:43 PM.