Hi, I have recently just modified my Canon EOS 600D DLSR doing the Astronomik MC clear class modification.
It is just basically completely removing the low-pass fliter 1 completely,
And also removed the IR cut filter completely ( low-pass filter 2 ) and replacing this with the Astronomik MC clear class.
The result it that you get a very red tinge if trying to use it in daytime with a lens, which it is not intended for.
At night taking photos of nebular and the like i get a lot of red, too much red in fact.
I attach the camera directly to the scope, a Dobsonian in this case, so i am not using the camera lens.
What i would like to know is, Should i or is there a filter that i should be using in the T-Ring to get better colour? as at the moment the images are way too red.
Should i be using something like the Badder Neodymium & IR-Cut Filter, Or Lumicon oiii filter, or Lumicon UHC Filter screwed onto the the T-Ring?
Any advice or information would be appreciated.
Edited by bluesilver, 07 August 2020 - 10:23 PM.