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Diameter: 1.25"
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Product Weight: 7g

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Product Code: 1501040

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The Baader Planetarium UHC-S Broadband Nebula filter--high-contrast views of emission nebula without dimming & loss of background star fields in small telescopes.
  • --superb general use nebula filter
  • --broader passband works great even on the smallest scopes
  • --transmits 486nm H-Beta and 496nm/501nm O-III lines at over 90%
  • --more contrast than broadband, and damages star images less than extreme narrowband filters
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5 of 5 Works great December 9, 2021
Reviewer: M. Cawley from Phoenix, AZ United States  
Bought  a pair of these for my bino telescope. Cuts just enough light pollution without dimming the target too much. Perfect if you don't have a huge aperture scope .

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5 of 5 The "In-Betweener" Filter for DSOs June 17, 2021
Reviewer: Stephen R. Waldee from Ivins, UT United States  
If, in your scope (particularly if not a very large aperture instrument), the typical O-III or UHC narrowband filter makes objects TOO DIM, try this innovative Baader filter.  It's NOT a narrowband filter like a classic UHC; nor is it a wide, somewhat weak/ineffective broadband like a DEEP SKY or SkyGlow: it's actually RIGHT IN BETWEEN the two types.  It gives "the right amount of extra contrast" with even a small scope; or when your sky is already rather dark.  I found it to work well at a very large range of exit pupils, compared to a SkyGlow; and it keeps on 'helping' as you increase the magnification, even to rather high powers where narrowband filters might make the entire field tend to 'go black'.  I first bought a 2" model and liked it SO much (in an exurban sky that barely reaches 6th magnitude NELM) that I decided I also needed it more with higher power 1.25" oculars.  Now, I cannot imagine NOT having both! - S. Waldee

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5 of 5 September 11, 2020
Reviewer: Steve Toothman from Lewisburg , OH United States  

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