It,s to windy and a cloudy forecast for viewing tonight. so I took my 80mm f11 scope out to see how much false color I could see during the day. I have 3 mv filters.I got 2 of them cheap.I have a Lumicon mv filter a Thousand Oaks mv filter and a Baader Fringe Killer.I used a 7.7mm Kson ortho 118 mag the target a tree and branches.without a filter the purple was easily seen never noticed it that much at night. the branches had purple shading around them.next up the Lumicon.it was reduced but still obvious without to much tint change. the Thousand Oaks did a little better a tiny bit less purple fringe but still obvious and the least tint change. The Baader Fringe Killer removed the most purple but added a pale yellow tint the fringe was still there but was harder to see.Why did I do this with all going.I have nothing better to do. but I had fun.and since it does not look like. I will not get a apo anytime soon. I might be able to get a Celestron Omni 102 these may be of use since they have a little bit more false color.
Edited by sg80, 05 April 2020 - 08:17 PM.