I just recently started doing solar imaging besides deep sky and I was a little skeptical about it, if it was worth it (The DayStar Quark Chromosphere).
The first day I had issues with bad seeing 1/10 probably and intense newton rings in my image. Fixed the main issues the nex day so I'm relieved. Imaging the sun up close has it's benefits like creating prominence animations which I did but I always wanted to take a full disk image and I didn't want to invest more money into various adapters to use my Canon lenses so i went and used my 50mm f3.6 guide scope I had stored in my closet for a while now. It doesn't have a focuser like most telescopes have but it just has a thumbscrew that you losen and move the tube in or out to focus which is a problem when the sun jumps all over the screen. So I have achieved focus at the end and adjusted some settings in firecapture and took 500 frames at full resolution "ASI 1600MM Pro".
The data looked good and I quickly went inside and stacked and processed it just to see if the surface details are there or the prominences.
Here is the result
also on my Astrobin account you can find other images I took in the past days as well as 3 animations but the black and white one is by far my best one yet.
Solar imaging sure is amazing even in solar minimum.