Object name: PNABELL61
Abell 61 is a planetary in Cygnus near the northeast border with Lyra. It is about the size of the M97, the Owl Nebula, but much fainter. So faint nearly all the online images of it are narrow band. Being a contrarian I gave it a go with LRGB only and found it much easier than I expected if the weather hadn't have been a problem. Took me 3 nights to get what little data I did. Even then I screwed up and took some color data binned 3x3 and some binned 2x2. Of 19 color frames, only 5 were usable due to clouds. I got only 4 luminance frames and one of those was not very good but did help improve the signal to noise ratio but reduced resolution. I used it anyway. Color frames were one each at 3x3 binning and one of blue and green at 2x2. That's all I got that was usable. I need to revisit it as I think I can get far more detail with more frames. Still, considering conditions, this isn't as difficult an object as its reputation would indicate.