Hi all, so some quick context: Courtney recently released a series explaining how we should be able to capture UFO's consistently on our own devices. A more specific point: he stipulated that around 590 NM wavelength is ideal. So here's my question-
Is that based on the range set by the standard CMOS sensor? Ie: the CMOS is supposed to capture around 250nm to 1050nm range. The human eye only captures some 400 to 800 NM range. So the IR filter being recommended after turning full spectrum is around 590 to 1050. Is that right? I think we're still waiting for a cheap solution for the filters.
Keep up the good work. Just checking for clarification. Thanks!