I am looking to get a decent nebula filter (UHC) and am a bit torn at the moment, due to the photography aspect. I only do some casual smartphone astrophotography.
After various reading I am considering either the Astronomik UHC or the Baader UHC-S (which is technically a broadband filter). Since the Astronomik is a true narrowband UHC I have gathered that that would be the better alternative for visual use.
However, what about for photography? Since the Baader is broadband I would expect a little bit better colors in the stars with that. Add to that the fact that the Baader filters IR as well and the Baader sounds like a better option for "casual" photography (in my head).
So, does anyone with experience with these filters care to share? Any comments on how the Astronomik works for imaging or the Baader for visual?
*Would be nice to get both but with buying other things as well I'll have to stick with one for a while (months up to a year) at least.