Thanks for the feedback! And I'd be happy to share, but my setup and workflow are fairly unorthodox…some might even say heretical.
The real magic is the optical train. I use a 7-in f/15 Mak OTA, which does the heavy lifting for magnification. And I do eyepiece projection with orthoscopic eyepieces, which yield a flat, crisp, high-contrast image on the sensor. I shoot at very high magnification (in this case, ~f/52), which makes focusing quite easy and quite forgiving. It also samples at closer to the limit of the detail the aperture can detect.
For imaging, I do Canon Live View capture over USB with AstroDSLR 1.3. It outputs a very lightweight .mp4 (in this case, 64 MB for each 3 min 45 sec capture), which I then align and stack in Lynkeos 2.10. If you're going to use these, the version numbers matter—later versions were catastrophic upgrades.
The rest is just typical processing magic with Photoshop and Lynkeos. Here's what I documented for what I do on Jupiter earlier in the season:
How far have you gotten with yours?
Edited by BQ Octantis, 04 December 2020 - 05:51 PM.