As I'm in the process of practicing some newly-learned techniques for solar imaging and processing, I imaged sunspot AR2846 two days in a row... I believe; with 6 sunspots present at the same time now (and with the small FOV of the camera), it was hard to tell I was imaging the same one! But looking at each day's SDO/HMI image it seems they are both AR2846. In each, the orientation is slightly different with the sunspot in a slightly easterly position.
Both images were captured with a ZWO ASI120MC camera (in Mono8 mode in SharpCap, color added in post-processing) with the standard off-axis solar filter and a Baader Solar Continuum filter on my '65 Q. No Barlow was used, the camera was mounted directly into the slip-fit adapter attached to the scope's axial port. Best of 500 frames captured in SharpCap 2.9 and stacked using Autostakkert!2 (yes, it's an old laptop, but it works great with the older versions of the apps). Wavelets were applied using Registax 6.
Given that I was using a color camera, but capturing in mono, I presume I'm still not capturing the same level of resolution that I would have using a strictly mono camera, but it's all I have for now.
Here's yesterday's image:
These are work in progress, still learning and practicing the techniques involved. I was also struck by the difference in size and shape of the sunspot itself from one day to the next. I'm also impressed with the granular detail provided by the Continuum filter... and the Questar of course!