I placed them next to each other, hope you don't mind, any reason why the blacks on the right side picture appear more faded or lighter?
Thanks for that!
I'm not quite sure about the shading of blacks between the two pictures being different...
What I do know is that with this Baader Clicklock diagonal, I have had some superb Jupiter and Saturn views (while used with my SW 120ED and Delos eyepieces). That would fit the narrative of warm-toned optics enhancing Jupiter observations, right? Saturn, I think observers are split on whether they would favor warm or cool tone, if they had to choose.
I am not a critical lunar observer, so if it warmed the image of the Moon noticeably, it's totally possible that I could have missed it.
Warm/cool tone is just one of the performance characteristics of a diagonal. I was surprised to see this unintended difference in the pictures (for which my real intent was to measure TFOV with different setups). I am sure that some you photogs could do a much better job with a controlled experiment indoors, using software to give us some hard numbers... Take it for what its worth--a thought-starter.