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I have been observing for a few months now and it is AMAZING.

I have a Canon 700D, ordered a t-ring and adapter, but now I realize that my DSLR chip will be unprotected as the usual lenses are not mounted on it.

What is the best filter to use for initial astrophotography and to protect the DSLR chip?  I hope to shoot nebulas and galaxies from a yellow bortle scale zone


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Something like this, maybe.

But you do realise there are already two filters between the outside world and the chip (unless the camera has been 'astro-modded')

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