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    Senior Member Bob Gundu's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Battistella View Post
    The Kipper tie as based either on the STH or the LLO. Therefor, depending on which KipperTie you have in you set the camera to LLO or STH.
    KipperTie do not have their own looks in the OLPF settings they are based on the RED OLPF settings.

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    Latest firmware build had custom OLPF settings.

    https://www.facebook.com/kippertie/p...748872902820:0
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Gundu View Post
    Latest firmware build had custom OLPF settings.

    https://www.facebook.com/kippertie/p...748872902820:0
    Thanks bob!
    Checked and it is Weapon only.

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    The STH OLPF filters out more red, which results in the red photosites receiving less light than with the LLO OLPF. This, I believe, is why the red channel has more noise.

    I wonder if this would help with the contamination of red in the blue?
    Underwater especially its hard to get perfect blue because of the red contamination.

    Also, with DSMC v1 cameras, if using kippertie full spectrum or IR what OLPF setting would you choose in the menu?
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    does using a full spectrum or ir OLPF allow one to shoot in dim light with better exposure if said person doesn't mind shifted colors or even shooting in black and white?
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