Thought this was both interesting and relevant to PANOPTES. The lab used two 11" Celestron RASAs with ZWO AI1600mm CMOS cameras and found a kuiper belt object.
Arimatsu, K., et al. “A kilometre-sized Kuiper belt object discovered by stellar occultation using amateur telescopes.” Nature Astronomy 3.4 (2019): 301.
Here, we report the first detection of a single occultation event candidate by a KBO with a radius of ~1.3 km, which was simultaneously provided by two low-cost small telescopes coupled with commercial complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor cameras.
The OASES observation systems are capable of monitoring up to ~2,000 stars with magnitudes down to V=~13.0 in a 2.3×1.8° field of view simultaneously, providing signal-to-noise ratios comparable to or greater than 3–4 with a sampling cadence of 15.4Hz at an extremely low cost (~US$16,000 per single system).