Out with the 6 inch Newtonian and the Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III mirrorless camera on Thursday 20th August 2020. The primary goal was to test out the camera at the telescope's prime focus under good skies. Well at least with no Moon, clouds and dew. But the sky glow from Sydney was very evident. This imaging setup is missing a skyglow filter because the Baader 1 1/4 inch filter used with the GStar-Ex3 camera is too small for the 2 inch size needed here. (In due course, maybe Santa will deliver a 2 inch filter.) So exposure times had to be kept to the barest minimum to avoid washout from the sky glow. Even so the results were tolerably good as can be seen in the last 10 images added to the Olympus images page.