Here is a one exposure image taken in the middle of a Bortle Red Zone with 2 light pollution filters in place to help with all the LP. I managed to get quite a bit of nebulosity with 5 minute sub-images at F/2.8 and ISO 200 on my older, modified Canon XS camera.
What helped was the sky conditions, which were very transparent and clear. I am glad I did not waste one of the few great nights of the year.
The above image is just a tease, btw. I have a number of these subs just waiting to get calibrated, stacked and processed. I will probably just tack the finished product onto this thread when I am done.
There you go. Tacked on as promised. lol I accumulated almost 2 hours worth of data and considering the location, it did not come out too bad.