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the 850nm twilight zone -the color camera trick-

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#1 GHBEDDING

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Posted 28 May 2022 - 08:31 AM

 for all those color camera owners with astrosolar film.    this is a NON-visual wavelength. Camera only.

 

*shrug*  when groups are told something is not gonna work- they stop lifting stones.

 

there are still plenty of stones out there to lift up and find new things. 

 

 

Trust me-  ive been lifting stones for a lonnnnnng time and found many gem's

 

$39.00 for the filter-  and will almost certainly show better results than the 393nm filters.

 

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#2 Great Attractor

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Posted 28 May 2022 - 10:31 AM

$39.00 for the filter-  and will almost certainly show better results than the 393nm filters.


Do you have a link to that particular 850 nm filter? I have in mind trying out several 10-20 nm bands, on the long (~800 nm) and short (~400 nm) side.

#3 GHBEDDING

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Posted 28 May 2022 - 03:09 PM

Do you have a link to that particular 850 nm filter? I have in mind trying out several 10-20 nm bands, on the long (~800 nm) and short (~400 nm) side.

Just mentioning the antlia 850nm long pass filter-  there are probably better options  (but $39.00 according to google)

 

 

i cannot post links to purchase items or favor one company over another-    im not a vendor and i do not endorse specific products (despite the clear fact some are better than others)

 

 

any 850nm filter should work- the cutoff of camera sensors drops pretty rapidly past 850nm and the astrosolar film probably kills it off entirely.




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