In my observing session last night I took a few phone images of the area around Orion and Barnard’s Loop with my pvs-14 at 1x with my chroma 3nm ha filter. I thought it may be of interest to see just how significant the bandshift impact is with a 3nm filter at f1.2 - a lot!! But the contrast on the nebulae in the middle is amazing so that’s why I prefer to use a very narrowband filter despite the bandshift.
I also tried my chroma 5nm ha yesterday, but personally I preferred the 3nm views. All images shown are with the 3nm ha filter.
Edited by Gavster, 09 January 2022 - 04:18 PM.