this is the area from NGC7000, the North America Nebula, to IC5070, the Pelican Nebula.
This is the first image with my Takahashi FS 60, which I bought in November last year. So you can imagine the time for setup with electric focuser and adapter from the telescope to the camera.
Imaged in with the Moravian G2-8300 at my Takahashi FS 60 @ f=264mm with the original reducer. L:R:G:B:HA:OIII=200:72:72:72:360:360minutes. Subexposures were 30 minutes for HA, OIII and 2 minutes for LRGB. Total exposure time was 19 hours.
Replaced RGB by new frames, each channel focused seperately, to improve the stars and remove the blue halos. Added 100 x 2 minutes of HA to improve the details in HA.
Here you can see how many layers I use in Photoshop to get this result: