PK 144+6.1 in Camelopardalis
This is an OIII/RGB image. The stars are from RGB data, and the nebula is a colorized OIII. In the RGB data, the nebula shows up as bluish-green, so I mapped the OIII data to teal blue (hue 190). I also captured about 8 hours of Ha data, but it appeared identical to the OIII image, just dimmer and less detailed, so I did not use it.
Optics/Mount: CPC1100 with f6.3 Celestron reducer on a Milburn Wedge. Dec antibacklash set to 27/27. PEC on.
Exposure: 5.6 hours total. 41x5 min OIII, 40:42:50 x 60 seconds RGB, all bin 1x1.
Filters: Astrodon Type IIi RGB and 3nm OIII
Date: OIII data was collected over four nights in September and October, 2013, and RGB data was collected over six nights in Fall 2014.
Imaging automation and capture: Sequence Generator Pro
Guiding Hardware: ASI120MM, Celestron off axis guider. Guiding scale 0.92 arcsec/pixel. 1 second guide exposures.
Focusing: Rigel Systems GCUSB/nStep on stock C11 focuser
Guiding Software: PHD. Aggressiveness 80, Hysteresis 0, Minimum Move 0.9, Max RA 1000, Max Dec 600. Dec set to resist switching. Dithering set to Extreme with Settle < 1.2.
Guiding performance: HFR of subs about 1.2 arc seconds, RMS in PHD about 0.5 arcsecs.
Light pollution: Bortle 8 (white zone, NELM about mag 4.5)
Image scale at capture: 0.6 arcsecs/pixel = f/5.7
Scale of presentation: 0.6 arcsecs/pixel
Processing: Bias and flats. Stacked with Deep Sky Stacker, post-processed with Photoshop.