Jeff, you may find that going to the red and blue LEDs may really saturate the images and you will need to adjust your camera setting for each color, particularly in red Also, I use red and blue filters as well as good quality neutral density filters. DPAC will also tell you immediately if you have a bum filter too. Typically you can set the color temperature as well, for example cool is more towards the blue and warm towards the red. In fact, you may find yourself "going to the opposite ends of the spectrum " to tame the red and blue....warm for blue and cool for the red. My phone camera has an image stabilizer function which helps me a lot.
Hey but mess around . With experimentation you will find the right focus and image settings for each color for your camera.....just write them down!
And above all else, have fun!
On the color filters ...
I was looking at "common" color filters at Agena Astro, and they look more like long-pass (where transmission charts are available). That is to say, the Green cuts off blue but has high transmission into the red.
Sure, they are not going to be sharp like a line filter ... but it makes me wonder if common color filters are more "permissive" than the LED's to be filtered. Am I looking in the wrong place?