Preliminary results from the survey carried out with the Wide Field Camera (WFC) on ROS AT are presented. 732 sources were detected, of which 230 were observable in both the S1 and S2 filters. The distribution of sources with galactic longitude, near the galactic plane, shows the greatest number in the quadrant where H I absorption is least. The identifiable sources include a high proportion of hot white dwarfs and ‘normal’ late-type stars. The optical follow-up programme has identified over 40 new white dwarfs and over 60 late-type stars including RS CVn systems and cataclysmic variables. Emission from some A stars detected appears to come from white dwarf companions. Individual sources of particular interest are discussed. The systematic analysis of a sample of late-type stars has begun.