Object name: NGC 1501
Object type: Planetary nebula
Magnitude: 11.5
Size: 52.0"
Apparent RA: 4h 7m 26s Apparent Dec: +60 56' 21"
Constellation: Camelopardalis

200mm F5 newtonian @F5 , SC3.5 toucam RAW mode. IRB + RGB filters.
80mm F5 refractor @ F10 guidescope with SC1 toucam and GuideDog

Exposures. 100x5s and 100x15s luminescence. 40x15s each with RGB filters.

A nice little planetary nebula which displays a suprising amount of detail. I was able to resize the image by 1.3x in photoshop. I'm not sure if it is supposed to look this blue-green, the red frames seemed very dim.

The AVIs were stacked in Registax 3 with darkframe subtracted and "dark pixels" removed with Registax 3 Sigma Clipping. Curves in photoshop. RGB layers combined, mutiple L layerings and final saturation adjusted in photoshop. Slight noise reduction in Neat Image