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Astromania 2" Narrowband NBPF Hydrogen-a 12nm Filter - Enhances The Contrast ... For Sale





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Astromania 2" Narrowband NBPF Hydrogen-a 12nm Filter - Enhances The Contrast ...:
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Astromania 2" Narrowband NBPF Hydrogen-a 12nm Filter - Enhances The Contrast Between Object and Sky - Allows You to Take Images Even Under Urban Skies Product Details Size: 2 Inches Brand: Astromania MPN: SKU_AM_HF212 UPC: Does not apply EAN: Does not apply Product Dimensions: 2.79 x 2.74 x 0.56 inches Item Weight: 0.5 ounces Item model number: SKU_AM_HF212 Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No Date First Available: August 18, 2015 Manufacturer: Astromania Astrophotography under a light-polluted night sky can be difficult. The solution is an H-alpha filter. The Astromania H-alpha cut-off filter works to filter out a large part of this light pollution. Allowing 12nm bandwidth of light centered on a wavelength of 656nm to pass through, 90% transmission at H-alpha line 656nm - whether under dark skies or under the sky glow of a city. That means the filter also blocks the infamous stray light and light from mercury and sodium vapour lamps. Young stars embedded in the bright red of a nebula - an H-alpha filter is the expert if you want to capture hydrogen nebulae in all their glory. The Astromania H-aplha cut-off filter enhances the contrast between object and sky, allowing you to take good quality images even under urban skies. Metal filter cell threads directly into the 2-inch barrel of your telescope eyepiece. Mounted in a nicely anodized housing. Size:2 Inches Astromania 2" Narrowband NBPF Hydrogen-a 12nm Filter. Astrophotography under a light-polluted night sky can be difficult. The solution is an H-alpha filter. The Astromania H-alpha cut-off filter works to filter out a large part of this light pollution. This convenient filter only allows 12nm bandwidth of light centered on a wavelength of 656nm to pass through, which means it blocks a large part of the scattered light and also blocks the light from artificial mercury and sodium-vapour lamps. Young stars embedded in the bright red of a nebula - an H-alpha filter is the expert if you want to capture hydrogen nebulae in all their glory. The Astromania H-aplha cut-off filter enhances the contrast between object and sky, allowing you to take good quality images even under urban skies. Metal filter cell threads directly into the 1.25-inch barrel of your telescope eyepiece. Mounted in a nicely anodized housing. Payment Back to Top We accept Paypal and All Major Credit Cards. Shipping & Handling Back to Top Item will be shipped FREE standard shipping in 1 business day after payment is received. Express Shipping services are available. Tracking number will be provided. Return Policy Back to Top We stand behind our products. Items can be returned for exchange or full refund within 30 days from the date you receive your merchandise. Return shipping is the responsibility of buyer unless the return is a result of our mistake (i.e., your receive the wrong item). We will pay for return shipping and replacement back if an exchange of the same product is requested due to an error. Contact Us Back to Top If you have any questions please contact us. We will respond within 1 business day or less.
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