Saturn Nebula

It has been a while since I last made a deepsky recording, but I still like to do this. Longer exposure times are out of the question, I already had to remove over half the recordings of 2.8 seconds due to poor tracking of my mount. autoguiding isn't possible, but using 1.2 second exposures for luminance (through an UV/IR-block filter) it was still possible to capture some nice detail, even thought the nebula was only at about 25 degrees altitude and the seeing wasn't very good.

L: 600 x 1.2 seconds exposure
R: 100 x 2.8s
G: 100 x 2.8s
B: 100 x 2.8s

equipment used
Modified with ICX618ALA-E ccd
Meade Starfinder 10