Using my planetary-setup, I imaged two binaries this morning: Sirius and Sirius B (~10″), and a perhaps less known one, μ Canis Majoris with a separation of ~3″. HEQ5, N250/1200, TSO ADC, ASI 224MC (cooled), home observatory, mountpusher
I was digging for unprocessed images, and one of my hard drives turned Sirius B up. I don’t wonder I forgot about it, given the clock. The seeing was bad, but out of gigabytes of data, I managed to get a nice picture out. The gear was the HEQ5 mount, the N150/750 tube and the ASI 224 MC camera, with various barlows and tubes.