Canon EOS Rebel T6 DSLR thru a Meade ETX90 via an eyepiece T-adapter. High cirrus and lower cloud cover. No real fine controls the way I was doing things. But I use the ETX instead of my 8" Dobsonian because the ETX's focal length gives me a full frame image of the Moon on the camera. No filters, no processing.
Would probably get much better results if I used the dob and took a bunch of quadrant shots and stitched them together via Photoshop. But this way is quick and dirty enough for me. Havne't got the time or money to chase Astrophotography too. Have too many hobbie$ already.