IC1318, some nebulosity around the star Gamma Cygni.
This image is a stack of 10 eight minute exposures shot through a Hydrogen-alpha filter.
The exposures were acquired using an SXV-H9 CCD camera on a Tele Vue TV-60 60mm f/6 refractor
equipped with a 0.8x focal reducer, yielding an effective focal length of 280mm.
The exposures were calibrated, defect-corrected and stacked using AIP4WIN.
This image has been resampled down from its original size of 1392x1040.
The artifact around Gamma Cygni, the bright star on the right edge,
is due to microlensing effects on the CCD chip.