A suggestion brought to me to decrease some of the contrast and perhaps bring out more detail on the planetary disk. I thought I'd try doing a 10 fps capture with 1000 frames captured. I think it'll help somewhat, however, at 10 fps, I'm getting an onion skin effect. However, I think its going to work. I also found that the poncet platform vibrates more when it gets cold out, and I believe my image4s would have been better if the vibration was 10 dB less.
Here is a sample of what I captured. I had a lot of problems with the platform tonight, and many of the AVI's were unuseable.
I took a few later in the evening, also at 10 fps. The GRS was rising when I took the above images, so I wanted to take a few with it near the CM.
For grins, I thought I would try a cmos camera, as it is a bit newer and is capable of running a faster frame rate. I couldnt get the color balance correct in Windows 7 however, so it did not come out real well, but it is showing some detail.
Looks like I have some work to do. I have some ideas to reduce the vibration in the platform, so hopefully the next time I photograph, it will be gone and the images will be better.