Of course. Sent you a text.I’d pick one up if possible
Also have filters in today's mail for three people. I think I've replied to everyone, but if you don't have a reply from me I didn't get your message.
As people have mentioned above, most filters knock it back, some get closer than others. The filter I have just happened to be right for the camera/software I was using at the time. Some care is still needed like anything else. It enables you to make an accurate image, but you still could make an inaccurate image if you wanted to. In my case if I use the filter mid day it looks close to correct. If I use the filter in the evening the resulting image is closer to the mid day view than the actual blueish evening appearance.Does the filter actually give "true colors" though? Or does it just knock back the over abundance of blue? I've noticed most filters give quite a bit of "fake color" especially to corals that fluoresce quite a bit. Now I'm not showing off the lagoon for all the aiptasia and cyano in it currently, but maybe I can get a piece via Mike and do some testing to compare to my current camera filters.