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CLS clip filter for Canon's.


RonC
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When I had the the filter removed from my Canon 1000d, I had a CLS clip filter fitted. This was mainly as I understood then to protect the chip. i have since found out that CLS means City Light Suppression 0and not 'clear' as I thought. While this is fine from home although it introduces a blue 'hue' to the image could I therefore remove it when I go to a dark site and would it help?


 


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Ron


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Guest Kheldar

One caveat : did you have single or both filters removed?


 


If you had both removed you will need an IR filter in the chain else you will get star bloat


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With the 1000d you can tell if only the one filter has been removed as the one left behind performs the sensor clean function.


Your cmos sensor will still have a filter in front of it so fear not.


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