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I answered my own question after my Quark Chromosphere eyepiece arrived this morning, which allowed me a couple of first light outings this afternoon under a sunny Southport sky (although some high clouds and thicker ones spoiled most of my fun). Still getting to grips with it. Could see some prominences, filaments and plages. I’ve attempted some imaging here https://www.flickr.com/photos/131464972@N05/28783184680/in/dateposted-public/