Today the Great Red Spot was prominently visible:
Jupiter, Astro-Physics 127mm f/8, Televue 3x Barlow, QHY5L-IIc camera.For the animation at the top 22 .AVI recordings, each 90s long were taken over a timespan of 38 minutes, the individual videos were processed into single pictures, and then assembled into an animated gif.
Processing was done in Autostakkert 3, Registax 6, Fitswork 4.47 and Photoshop.
The settings used for the capture:
FireCapture v2.4 Settings ------------------------------------ Camera=QHY5LII Filter=RGB Profile=Jupiter Diameter=41.65" Magnitude=-2.30 CMI=167.3° CMII=283.2° CMIII=57.1° (during mid of capture) FocalLength=3400mm Resolution=0.23" Filename=Jup_213040.avi Date=2017_05_22 Start=213040.343 Mid=213125.352 End=213210.361 Start(UT)=193040.343 Mid(UT)=193125.352 End(UT)=193210.361 Duration=90.018s Date_format=yyyy_MM_dd Time_format=HHmmss LT=UT +1h Frames captured=3328 File type=AVI Extended AVI mode=true Compressed AVI=false Binning=no ROI=500x500 ROI(Offset)=0x0 FPS (avg.)=36 Shutter=17.78ms Gain=864 WBlue=100 HDR=off Gamma=100 (off) SoftwareGain=10 (off) USBTraffic=9 Brightness=0 (off) WRed=100 WGreen=100 HighSpeed=off Contrast=0 (off) Histogramm(min)=0 Histogramm(max)=150 Histogramm=58% Noise(avg.deviation)=n/a Limit=90 Sekunden