I've had my ZWO ASI120MC-S for about a year and a half and I'm constantly amazed by the job it does. That said, it does best with actual USB 3.0 ports on a computer to get the best frame rates for planetary shooting. I've used it with my Windows 10 laptop and a Raspberry Pi running Astroberry. It does a great job for planetary imaging and performs pretty well for autoguiding when I use it in conjunction with my DSLR.
Well I love this little camera. I've imaged Jupiter Saturn and Mars with it so far. It's much easier to operate than my DSLR using Sharp Cap. Haven't had any luck with the dedicated software. It won't load correctly on my laptop. I can get it loaded but then the file it creates won't work in any alignment or stacking program so I just use SCap.
This planetary camera has performed exceptionally well. Fast delivery to my doorstep in Mexico. OPT is my online shopping choice for my astronomy needs.
Haven't had a chance to use it yet. Getting rain just about every night or cloudy skies.
Short exposures at night (less than 2 seconds) just does not absorb enough light to be useful. Long exposures (more than 30 sec) result in high degree of pixelation in the individual color planes. A picture shows many red, green and blue dots, increasing in density the longer the exposure. Monochrome mode is a little better, but not much. The ASI120MM-S is much better in monochrome mode than the ASI120MC-S.