Celestron C8 with 224mc and 2.5x powermate.
This was supposed to be a C11 story, but it seems I am not on top of its thermal mass control and collimation yet. I did not get any worthwhile images from the C11 equatorially mounted on a AZEQ6 but knowing I had some issues with it, I also put out my C8 on the EVO with its trusty old Zwo 224mc. Setting up and then running 2 scopes for imaging is often a bit messy and not all went to plan, but I did obtain with the C8 a few nice images of Jupiter and then the approaching Ganymede before the seeing faded a bit too much. These images taken using the 2.5x powermate from approx 11.30 UTc are capture size and show a bit more detail than I have been seeing lately in my location.