Started a new workflow for stacking my moon images this time. I think it's not totally sharp since the moon was about 15 degrees above my neighbors house and I used 1/25s for my shutter speed. I could definitely see movement after each set was done, so there was probably some shutter shock happening as well.
Celestron Powerseeker 80EQ, 2x Tamron teleconverter, Canon EOS M6 (2880mm total focal length). I don't have any motors, so I basically put the drive mode on high speed on my camera, hook up a remote and fire away while the moon is in frame. Make adjustments to RA and DEc using slow motion controls and repeat. The below is the best 300 out of 1500 frames. My workflow was:
1. Align images using PIPP, export best 300 images as Tifs.
2. Stack images using AutoStakkert!
3. Open with Registax and adjust Wavelets.
4. Put finishing touches on in PS.
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