1h 7mn total exposure with small 6-inch newtonian. 135 x 30-s frames, gain 300, RAW16, 14 bits, sensor temp +5°C (the air was very humid), no flat (too lazy), no dark nor offset (useless with the noiseless camera).
Noticeable light pollution, the Milky Way was totally unvisible.
Some faint stars were not perfectly aligned though; I presume I've set a too high value for threshold level detection of stars in DeepSkyStacker.
Note some faint, spiral galaxies in the large image field.
The camera is much more easy to use and performing than a DSLR !
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