The BGO robot imaged NGC 4699. Another galaxy in Virgo. One of the RASC Finest NGCs. Zoomed out, the first impression is an elliptical; zoomed in, there are hints of spiral arms.
Luminance only, 60 seconds subexposures, 10 stacked shots. FITS Liberator, GIMP. North is up; east is left.
LEDA 1001825 is to the north-west. Round and small, it is extremely faint.
LEDA 1000452 is nearly due west. Looks like an edge-on spiral. Small. Very faint again.
LEDA 998398 is to the south-west. A very faint oval smudge.
LEDA 998875 is to the south-south-east. Again, very faint. An elongated patch.
Bright, round LEDA 170207 is to the south-east.
LEDA 1000221 is to the east-south-east. A small almond shape.
LEDA 1000538 is east of the big galaxy. It is a dim round ball of lint above GSC 05535-1552.
LEDA 183306 is east of NGC 4699. Small but bright. North-east of TYC 05535-1227 1.
GSC 05535-1424, to the east, looks like it could be part of a double star.
There's a bright pair in the field, to the south-east, not shown in SkyTools! Weird. [ed: They appear in Aladin.]