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TeleVue Bandmate-II Nebustar UHC Nebula filter-1.25"

TeleVue Bandmate-II Nebustar UHC Nebula filter-1.25"
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Focal Length N/A
Eye Relief: N/A
Diameter: 1.25"
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Product Weight: 7g

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TeleVue Bandmate-II Nebustar UHC Nebula filter-1.25"  A great filter to enhance large emission nebulae in scopes of all sizes.  The "Universal" filter for nebulae, with superior German quality
Features
  • *1.25"
    *passes H-Beta and O-III spectral lines
    *ultra-high transmission
    *individually checked
    *"Universal" Nebula filter for emission nebulae
    *comes with protective box.

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5 of 5 It works February 17, 2020
Reviewer: Douglas Pelley from Silver Spring, MD United States  
The images are crisper and with slightly better contrast than the Orion narrowband filter I had been using.  Should have started with TV.

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5 of 5 Beats my two Ultrablocks Hands-Down! October 24, 2019
Reviewer: Steve Waldee from Ivins, UT  
I have used 1.25" and 2" Ultrablock filters (UHC general type) since the 1980s, and acquired new ones in 2005.  Yet the result when I upgraded a similar make O-III with a new one from Eyepieces, Etc. convinced me that I needed to replace the Ultrablocks, now getting a bit long in the tooth.  Time has marched on, and improvements in fabrication have yielded a HUGE improvement in my new TV/Astronomik UHC filter: on the same nebulous & starry fields, the TV/Astronomik UHC beats the Ultrablock, with a greater amount of nebulosity shown, sharper stars, and 'blacker blacks' plus 'brighter whites': improved contrast and greatly increased transmission (stars are now remarkably purer, sharper, more dramatic; yet nebulosity is ALSO better in every respect.) I took Don's recommendation for this new filter; and he gave me PERFECT advice!
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