Fast forward to early friday morning; I got up at 6am with a view of trying to obtain some high res CaK images while the air was still cool and the atmosphere still steady. After setting up I checked the GONG website for a quick look as to what was happening, to my surprise there was a prom lifting off around ar11756, a quick check revealed a small C-class flare had happened just over the limb. I pondered whether or not to start off in Ha and go for an animation but decided to stick with CaK. I'm glad I did; I could quite plainly see the prom on the laptop screen. I ran off a couple of images but in just a few minutes I could see the rapid movement so thought would try a CaK animation. Well the good news is it worked; using the 100mm scope at 2000mm focal length with the DMK31 camera I made a 40 frame animation that spans 30 minutes in time.
I know CaK animations on the disk aren't really effective due to the variable seeing, but on this i'm not too bothered about this. If you look carefully you can see the flickering spicule like features which are the K2 K3 layer, but what I am pleased about is how effectively the prom lift off was recorded. Just to clarify, this is a one shot, with the disk and proms recorded in the same exposure.