I want to congratulate the team that has made Asiair Pro possible. It is the dream of those of us who practice EAA (Electronic Assisted Astronomy). Ease of use, saving on complementary materials such as finders and external planetariums and a very short time for setup all the equipment
For those who do not know it, the EAA is an astrophotography modality that uses very short exposures (30 seconds maximum), stacked very few times (with 15 stacks is enough) and without following-guidance.
I have taken this photo with an RC 8 "and Asi294MC with 15 exposures of 25 seconds stacked with Asiair Pro and processed later with Satrtools. Total time 6.25 minutes.
It is not a traditional Astrophoto, sorry for all the mistakes due to lack of exposure and guidance.
This is NGC 3430 is a 11th magnitude Spiral Galaxy appearing in the constellation Leo Minor. It is 99 million light years from our solar system.