size of filter

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Re: size of filter

Postby FlikR » Thu May 03, 2012 11:32 pm

Thanks heaps for doing that,

I have checked the surface with a magnifing glass and can not find any actual holes in the positions where the light spots are.

If these clouds ever move away I will try it out again.

I have covered the points of light with black pen to be sure also.

Thanks again.

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