These were taken using eyepiece projection with an 18mm orthoscopic eyepiece at ISO 1600, 1/60th of a second:
I tried some more photographs with 9mm eyepiece projection, but by then the wind was gusting enough that even 1/60th of second wouldn't do the job, and besides, that takes a lot longer than 1/60th of a second with that much magnification.
By the time Saturn was clearly visible, the wind situation had become quite a bit more difficult. At prime focus, Saturn is tiny. This was 1/350th second, ISO 1600, and tightly cropped to get anything at all. It really doesn't do justice to how it looks through the eyepiece:
Here it is with 18mm eyepiece projection, 1/30th of a second, ISO 1600, not quite as tightly cropped:
I probably needed more like 1/60th exposure to get details, instead of a blur.