I am setting up a process to be able to shoot with two cameras simultaneously (with full synchronization between them): One camera on TOA-150 to take luminance and the other on FSQ-106N for color.

While I have solved the software aspects of the synchronized handling of the two cameras (thanks to AstroArt), continued confinements due to the pandemic have prevented me from finishing the hardware aspects.

The result is that, in the last few weeks, I have only been able to acquire luminance shots.

This image is the result of the processing of the M101 shots I have recently taken remotely: near eleven hours of exposure (10 min shots).

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