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    Celestron Light Pollution Imaging Filter For RASA Telescope

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    Manufacturer Code: 93617
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    Celestron Light Pollution Imaging Filter For RASA Telescope : with this Light Pollution Imaging Filter, get the most out of Celestron Rowe-Ackermann Schmidt Astrograph, even under light-polluted skies. The filter is custom-designed for RASA by Celestron and Astrodon, the world’s leading imaging filter company, collaborated with Celestron engineers to create a filter for the Rowe-Ackermann Schmidt Astrograph. No matter which camera is in use, this filter’s generous 72 mm diameter allows it to easily accommodate today’s largest sensors. Due to the Celestron’s enhanced Optical design the result is the best light pollution suppression filter for astroimaging. The filter replaces a piece of placeholder glass in the optical path, so that RASA’s precise optical path is unaltered. When imaging with a color camera in light polluted areas, skyglow degrades image quality. Light pollution filters help to selectively block light emitted from common streetlights and other ambient lighting. But most light pollution filters greatly compromise the total light throughput, causing dim images, and negatively impact the color balance, causing images to appear too green or blue. The Light Pollution Imaging Filter removes unwanted light pollution while preserving as much of the useful spectrum as possible. That is, it still retain over 90 percent of the light captured by telescope at many wavelengths. Unlike other light pollution suppression filters, the new Celestron LP Imaging Filter for RASA maintains a neutral color balance. Dielectric coatings further enhance light transmission, so you can bring out subtle colour in galaxies and other faint deep sky objects. Meanwhile, anti-reflective coatings prevent star halos and minimize internal reflections. Every Celestron Light Pollution Imaging Filter is tested individually for light transmission. Inside the box, the actual transmission spectrum for specific filter is provided. The report is prepared by Astrodon and matched to the filter’s serial number, so that it can be used with total confidence in filter’s performance.
    Celestron Light Pollution Imaging Filter For RASA Telescope is available at Microglobe at discounted price. Microglobe is largest online sport optics store of the UK.

    Celestron Light Pollution Imaging Filter For RASA Telescope

    Features - Celestron Light Pollution Imaging Filter For RASA Telescope

    Ideal for imaging colourful nebulae and galaxies by maintaining a neutral colour balance
    Provides over 90% transmission at critical wavelengths
    Anti-reflective coatings prevent star halos and minimize internal reflections
    Selectively removes unwanted light pollution while allowing more overall light transmission to pass through to the sensor
    Maintains a more neutral colour balance than other light pollution imaging filters, perfect for imaging colourful nebulae and galaxies
    Custom fit to drop into RASA’s optical window, so user can get optimum optical performance even with the addition of the filter
    High grade Schott B270 glass with dielectric coatings enhance light transmission to bring out subtle colour in galaxies and other faint deep sky objects
    Allow user to take beautiful images of deep-sky objects from light-polluted suburban locations with the Rowe-Ackermann Schmidt Astrograph (RASA) telescope

    Specification - Celestron Light Pollution Imaging Filter For RASA Telescope

    Model Light Pollution
    Glass Thickness 2.1mm
    Field Diameter 72mm
    Clear Aperture 68mm
    Filter Glass Schott B270
    Housing Material Anodized Aluminium
    Coatings Type Hard Coated Dielectric and Multi-layer Antireflection Coatings

    Kit Content
    Celestron Light Pollution Imaging Filter For RASA Telescope
    User Operating Instructions Manual

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