Here in Australia, Saturn is now high up in the sky where you can sometimes get some really good seeing.
After taking a couple of AVI video’s I was delighted to see that I’d captured the darker North Polar Cap and also some of the subtle North Temperate and Equatorial Zones and Belts with the North and South Equatorial Belts being very prominent. The rings are just so beautiful with the Cassini division clearly defined; you can also see the dark shadow of the ring on the planet.
Another very interesting feature is the colour of the South Polar Cap that had a soft bluish/aqua hue; this shows up on all the AVI movie files and looks quite lovely.
My images were taken with a Meade LX200 GPS 10inch Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope and a ZWO ASI 120MC camera with a 3x Barlow lens attached. AVI videos were captured with 3000 frames and stacked in RegiSta6 and processed in PS CS4.