Last Thursday night at my observatory we had some decent seeing, it wasn't perfect, but better than we usually get here in the Midwest, it was coming and going every few minutes.
I attached my DMK fire-wire camera and Optec Filter Wheel to Ron Whiteheads C-11, and took some Prime focus shots of Saturn with 5 Moons gathered close by.
Saturn's rings are very thin right now, very little reflected light coming into the camera from them, so I had to turn the gain up a bit...to capture more signal, and to help get the 5 moons as well. I provided a Negative Luminance image as well to help you see the moons especially Hyperion at Magnitude 14.19
Planetary Image assembly- Saturn LRGB 05-14-09
Saturn DMK 21F04 Fire-wire Camera,
Optec LRGB 50mm filters,
Prime Focus C-11, Captured as 1-2 minute AVI files
30 to 60 frames per sec
1400 Frames per Channel stacked in Registax 5, deconvolution in Maxim DL,
and final balance in Adobe.
I tried it with a 2x barlow also, but the moons gets lost, and gain had to be boosted to the point that noise ruins the image.