Infrared-blocking filter for digital photography. The filter should be used as a standard at all imaging applications with sensors having a low sensitivity in the UV, e.g. Webcam, DSI and LPI from Meade or most video systems.
Ideal addition to the Astronomik ProPlanet IR 742 for imaging the moon and planets, with telescopes larger then 10" (250mm) when the seeing is poor. This filter is an ideal complement to the ProPlanet IR 742 for use with converted DSLR cameras, CCD cameras and Webcams.
High quality made 2" variable polarising filter. Ideal for lunar and planetary viewing. Comes as a 2 part system so you can either screw the whole filter onto an eyepiece, or screw 1 part on the eyepiece and the other on a diagonal.
Optical glass color filters increase image contrast and resolution on the Moon and planets and reduce glare from the full or near-full Moon. The Meade filter set includes red, yellow, blue, and neutral-density filters to adapt your telescope to most viewing conditions.
Colored filters can be used to bring out details on a planet’s surface or its cloud structure. All of the planetary filters included in the kit can be used on any 1.25” eyepiece with the proper filter threads, so they are very versatile.
Ideal filters for the reception of the moon and planets, notably Mars, with telescopes from 6" (150mm) aperture. The ProPlanet IR 742 only allows infrared light with wavelengths of more than 742 nm to pass.
The Astronomik UV-IR Blocker lets the full range of sensitivity of the human eye (according to DIN 5031) pass, and blocks all other parts of the spectrum in the UV and IR. The Astronomik UV-IR Blocker is the ideal choice as a luminance filter for any kind of digital photography.