Today is the day of this year's Jupiter opposition. Weather forecast was rain. Unexpectedly it was quite clear, but strong wind gusts. I waited for a while until Jupiter was higher up in the sky and looked on the satellite cloud images. Clouds were approaching, but slowed down. I set up my gear and started.
I believe, that there are still some mechanical issues, because I cannot get the images as sharp as I was used to get them. Latest Update : 23 December 2023

Today's
Conditions
: clear sky, Temp +5C, ~50% humidity, poor seeing, low wind

A raw stack of 4000 frames. PIPP, AutoStakkert, Registax AstroSurface (only)
Richardson-Lucy (RL)

AstroSurface (only)
Point Spread Functions (PSF)+WL
Earlier best Jupiter Image (2015)

Date - Time : 03 November 2023 - 2001 UT
Instrument : Mak MK67 150/1800mm guided (no Barlow or eyepiece projection)
Camera : QHY5III715C
Exposure : SER Video 4000 frames at 0.7ms/frame | 400x400 pixel
Camera Settings : @210 fps gain 130
Software : Firecapture, Astrosurface

The video was taken with full frame and a frame of 1200x800 was cropped.
All done with AstroSurface. First time I got the moons so clearly.
From left to right the moons: Europa, Ganymede and IO.
Date - Time : 03 November 2023 - 2045 UT
Instrument : Mak MK67 150/1800mm guided (no Barlow or eyepiece projection)
Camera : QHY5III715C
Exposure : SER Video 600 frames at 2ms/full-frame | crop 1200*800 pixel
Camera Settings : @210 fps gain 130
Software : Firecapture, Astrosurface

Equipment

Optics              : Omegon Pro AP Triplet ED FCD-100 d=85 f=510mm Apochromat (f=1/6)
                    : Intes MK-67 Maksutov Type Reflector d=150mm f=1800mm (f=1/12)
Camera              : Omegon veTec 533 C Colour CMOS Camera with IMX533 square 9MP sensor 3,75Ám pixels
                    : QHY 5III715C Colour CMOS IMX715 8,2MP sensor 1,45um pixels high speed
                    : NIKON D7000 DSLR unmodified (from 2011)
                    : The Imaging Source DMK21AU4.AS monochrome USB highspeed camera
                    : Panasonic LUMIX G110 MFT System (from 2021)
Filter              : IR/UV Cut, Astronomik H-Alpha, Astronomik LRGB set + filter drawer
add. optics         : ED 2x Barlow lens, eyepiece projection
                    : 35mm, 50mm, 135mm and 200mm NIKON lenses available
                    : 2.8/60mm Sigma, 12 .. 60mm Leica for MFT system
Mount               : VIXEN GP Highspeed Step Motors (Non Vixen Motors)
Controller          : EQStar Pro (since May 2023)
Guiding             : PHD2
Aquisition          : DELL Notebooks (Windows 10 & Windows 11), SharpCap, FireCapture and others
Image Processing    : DeepSkyStacker, Siril, Gimp and others

latest list update  : November 2023