This is a widefiled from Auriga with famous objects like M38 and the Flaming Star nebula. Taken on January 19, 2020: 62x300s or more then 5 hours exposure with the Nikon D750 on the TS76EDPH. Because the original file was too large, this image is a lower quality display. Please check Astrobin for a full view.
This is a processing done by Jean Lammertyn in PixInsight. It clearly shows the added level of detail that can be achieved.
An overview image of Gemini around Messier 35, the well know open Star Cluster. The open cluster is on the top left, with very cloise on it’s upper right, the smalle open cluster NGC2158. Near the lower centre, we see the red gas of the ancient supernova remnant IC443, and to the upper right the bright hydrogen nebula IC2175. There are some spots in the image that I cannot define, maybe it’s reflections.
Click on the image for a better view, not sure why it looks so unsharp in this format!
A clear evening, just before the Moon appeared, allowed me to take some more images with the new TS76EDPH. What was really evident was how fast this scope is capturing the photons. A single frame on ISO800 with a Nikon D750, 300 seconds exposure, taken at about 50° above the horizon, would have a DSLR histogram peak about halfway.