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Which ones do i go for ?

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Which filters for my DMK should i go for ?

These ............ http://www.firstlightoptics.com/rgb-filters-filter-sets/baader-lrgbc-ccd-filter-set.html

OR

These.............http://www.opticstar.com/Run/Astronomy/Astro-Accessories-Telescopes-Baader.asp?p=0_10_5_1_9_130

I have been advised to get a Baader UHC-S Filter but is a Baader Neodymium Filter worth getting as i have a 'bog standard' SW 1.25" LP filter ?

& i also need a C/CS to T-thread Adaptor to attach to my wheel as well which i have now found.

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A tad more expensive but I would definitely get the Astronomik LRGB set rather than Baader.

(I love Baader products).

If you want to top it off then go for Astrodon.

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