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Quote:Ok. Thanks for the reply.I'll go through by a 60DA, probably.I need to make a step in quality and I cannot live with this halos and noise that my 1000D is producing.Best Regards,RC
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Quote:The 60Da allows less HA to pass through than a modified DSLR. You're currently experiencing halos around your stars with a modified DSLR with both filters in place?
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