This seems more like an observation report than astrophotography so I'll place it here.
I spent last night in the observatory, mostly sleeping. The sky was cloudy and the moon was nearly full. Sill I hadn't been out for a couple of weeks and wanted to try out some new ideas. I focused first on the moon, then moved over to Regulus and tried out my new bahtinov mask. I had never used one before. It worked great. I also cut an X in a Pringles can lid and slipped it over my focusing knob to create a fine tuning focuser for my SCT. I didn't tally think it would work, but it did. I was impressed. Then I used about 175x on Regulus to split Regulus A, B & C. This was my first time paying much attention to double stars. I think I may take some time and pay more attention to them in the future. Then I slapped the DSLR on to grab a quick snapshot before turning the telescope back to the moon. The clouds were fast moving and thick enough that the moon's focus was soft and Regulus could not be seen most of the time. That didn't stop me from trying for a few lunar snapshots. If I like any of them I'll post them. Then I went to bed. I was finished by 10:30.
Here is y snapshot of Regulus. It is a single frame with ISO1600 and a 15 sec. exposure.
Telescopes: 50mm refractor, ED80 triplet, 90mm makcass, 10" dob, 8"SCT, 11"SCT
Mounts: Celestron CGX, Orion Sirius + several camera tripods
Cameras: Canon 6D, Canon 80D, ZWO-ASI120MC
Binoculars: 10x50, 12x60, 15x70, 25-125x80
Observatory: SkyShed POD XL3 + 8x12 warm room
Current Project: AL Solar System club