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Diameter: 2"
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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 Really Interesting! Best of the broadbands! June 25, 2022
Reviewer: Greg from Phoenix  
So this is not your typical UHC. Whenever people see UHC they assume it's narrowband. The Baader UHC-S is a broadband filter. It even works on reflection nebula and lets in some of the spectrum for commets. Don said that M20 and NGC 2359 convinced him that it's the best broadband currently available and I think he's right! I actually viewed M20 last night just to test out the filter. I could EASILY tell that thing will be awesome at a dark site. It was showing glimpses of the reflection even under moderately high LP. Obviously, all filters benefit from dark sites but you really should only use the Baader UHC-S at a dark site, unlike Narrowband filters that have more effect in the city. Nonetheless, this thing is awesome and I cant wait to see its full ability outside city limits.

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