The cost of these photometric filters is pretty eye-watering compared to the bog-standard LRGB filters that people use for imaging. As Robin says it is necessary to calibrate the transformation coefficients for any particular sensor in any case and you then need to image in multiple bands so you can apply those coefficients. It may not be perfect but could you use imaging RGB filters and transform them to something close to the standard photometric bands? I know that people use DSLRs for variable work and do something similar with the Bayer RGB pixels. I’ve certainly found that the green pixels of my ASI294 match Gaia G quite nicely and I use a neat tool called rawtran which transforms the RGB into other photometric bands. It seems to work pretty well with reference to APASS photometry.