Ranging from total exposure times of 22 to 50 minutes at ISO 1600 (2 minutes subs), the five data sets represent some of the easiest deep sky images somebody can take. An easy, accurate polar alignment while targeting very bright objects in extremely dark skies, it's as close to "point and shoot" as you can get in this hobby. In fact, I didn't bother hooking up to a PC...I just pointed the scope manually using the finder scope, set the on-camera intervalometer, and went about my business doing other things with the students.
Posted first is this image of M31, with 36 minutes of total exposure time. The other four images will be posted as soon as I can.
Hope you enjoy the images!