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Hello all I just did a full spectrum mod on my Canon 550d myself! Phew! Anyway I'm using the Astronomik CLS Ccd clip which is not supposed to have halos. I tried last night on the ngc 7000 which was nice to finally see but I noticed red halos around the stars. So my question is. Do I have to adjust my coma corrector now it's full spectrum (with clear glass mod) and change it by some amount? If so how much. I'm using type iii baader Or can it be a problem with the filter from Astronomik? On their site they say they have no issues now from halos. Couldn't be my EOS clip is from a old batch? Ill try and post a stacked picture later but it's red halos basically. Please help guys and girls. Thanks Gerry
Hello all Im about to do a Astro conversion on my Canon 550d so I can do the h alpha stuff better. I have a Astronomik CCD clip in filter with the IR cut already there. What do people think the main benefits are of full spectrum to one with just a IR cut off is. I know it will mean with full spectrum I can use only the filters that are made for that. Is it better in some ways to have a camera you can use without any filters. Thanks to all Gerry
I'm still undecided which mod to go for. I will only be using the camera with camera lenses and will not be using it for normal as I have another camera for this. Is it worth getting a full spectrum mod if I only intend to do widefield?