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Astronomik UHC Nebula Filter-1.25"

Astronomik UHC Nebula Filter-1.25"
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Astronomik UHC Nebula Filter-1.25"
List Price: $130.00
Our Price: $110.00
Savings: $20.00
Glasses Compatible? n/a
Eye Relief: n/a
Diameter: 1.25"
Apparent Field n/a
Product Weight: 7g

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Astronomik UHC Nebula Filter-1.25" w/24nm bandwidth and deep red transmission
Features
  • Transmission of nearly 100% of O-III and H-beta
    Transmission of 96% of H alpha
    Entire Blocking of annoying wavelengths
    Ideal All-round Deep Sky filter even for small telescopes
    Not sensitive to humidity or aging
    Scratch-resistant!
    Excellent carrier material. The optical quality of your telescope is not reduced by the filter in any way.
    Parfocal with other Astronomik filters
    Glass thickness: 1mm
    Completely resistant against high humidity, scratches and aging effects
    Diffraction limited, the filter will not reduce the optical performance of your telescope!
    Astronomik filters are delivered in a high-quality, long lasting, filter box

Average Rating: Average Rating: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

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5 of 5 Awesome Filter! February 7, 2021
Reviewer: Stephen Yates from Fort Worth, TX United States  
This filter was a gift to me from my oldest son. I am using it with a fast 102 mm, f/4.5 achromatic refractor telescope that I often have stopped down to 60 mm at f/7.65 depending on my target. I tested the filter out visually on the Orion Nebula and it really brought out the details of the Nebula. It should be noted that the stars of the Trapezium Cluster were attenuated considerably. However, I imagine that for astrophotography this will be a good thing since so many of the photos I see of the Orion Nebula have the cluster completely blown out into just a white blob. Hopefully I can try my hand out in astrophotography and give the filter a better review but for now I’m still a happy visual observer.

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