Using an ASI camera to image the moon feels lightyears ahead of the Scopium I used to use. It is so much better, versatile, capable – its pricey too, but hey. So I imaged the Moon, taking a total of 12 pieces for a mosaic, each piece being  a stack of around 500 frames, all the settings being kept. The stacks were made using AutoStakkert, then sharpening in Registax, using the same settings for all frames. Fortunately the atmosphere did not change much so it was fairly easy to put the pieces together in a fairly large resolution image. A large resolution version of the image below is here. An earlier attempt, from 2015, of mine is here.