if the weather's kind to me!
It just so happens that I have a small part of sky between the house next door and our house which happens to be the elliptic path in the sky where the planets are seen…how lucky is that :-)
Jupiter is now quite high up in the sky in the constellation of Scorpius and by the time Saturn is high enough to image it's looking just stunning, I've named some of the features as seen on the planet. Processing the AVI movie files brings out much more detail than the eye can see and for that I use the free software called RegiStax6.
I’ve set up the telescope in azimuth mode instead of using the equatorial wedge because the exposure times are very short, as long you do the star alignment to track that's all that is needed to capture the planets.
Image captured on the 10th July 2019 with a Meade LX200 10inch telescope at prime focus using a ZWO ASI120MC-S camera with a 3x Barlow lens attached. An AVI movie file of 2000 frames were captured which were then stacked in RegiStax6 and processed in PS CS4.
Below you will see my capture setup of the telescope, computer and ZWO camera.