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Hi

I'm struggling to find any clip in filters for my nikon d5100. Light polution filter required really but interested in any recommendations from your good selves for Milky Way or DSO imaging. 

Do any of you know where I could get any, second hand or otherwise?

 

Thanks

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12 hours ago, Waldemar said:

another option would be to get a threaded nosepiece, so you can screw in any filter, 1.25 or 2" ...

yeah I figure this will be the way I go. I'm just starting out so no telescope yet. Just going to use my lenses for now.

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