This is the Western Veil Nebula and Pickering's Triangle and Fleming's Triangular Wisp in HOO. I used darkarchon's EZ Star Reduction to reduce the number and brightness of the stars because there are sooooo many! This allows the nebulae to be seen a bit more clearly (at least in my opinion).
W.O. Star71 telescope, 3 nm Chroma S/H/O/ filters, ASI1600MM camera (-15C, Gain=140), CEM40 mount, Orion MMAG autoguider, StarLite stepper motor (focusing)
[Mount/ASI1600MM camera/Filter wheel/MMAG autoguider/Focusing stepper motor all controlled remotely using APT. APT is on a laptop in the house which is connected by WEme 4-port USB 2.0 extender system with 40 ft ethernet cable connecting the equipment outside to the laptop inside the house.]
It has been fun reprocessing some of my earlier data. The HOO and SHO processing is starting to feel more comfortable. The added details that NB imaging has produced relative to what the Canon