I won't be imaging during totality. Thing is, a partial eclipse is no different than the day to day in HA, or any wavelength, it will just have a big black space across it. It's actually not that interesting to me, I'd rather see the cool stuff behind it. Totality is the only thing interesting to me about a total eclipse because you'll see something you cannot see otherwise from the terrestrial Earth, the corona. For that, no scope needed, no filters, just a simple camera can do it with virtually any lens. I won't be photographing totality, I'm not going to travel for it with my toddler just yet and gamble a bad weather day on top of it.
The images are all done with the ASI174MM, as the images of the setup show. This forum has no way to put appropriate camera names, types, etc, nor telescopes, etc. So I have to use donor ones in their place to be able to put them in the gallery.
The full disc is with the ASI174MM without any mosaic. I have plenty of room to spare too. The ASI low profile nose is only $28 and gives it plenty of in-focus distance to work with the PST (it was made for it).