Get Great Nebula Images Under City Lights or a Full Moon with the Orion Hydrogen-Alpha Extra Narrowband Astrophotography Filter!
Imagine capturing brilliant, high-contrast images of nebulas in full moonlight or in the thick of downtown light pollution. Bring it on, because you can do just that with Orion's H-alpha Extra Narrowband Astrophotography filter.
Designed exclusively for deep-sky astrophotography of emission nebulas with CCD cameras, this high-performance telescope filter transmits 90 percent of light at the hydrogen-alpha line of 656.3nm and has a very narrow full width at half-maximum (FWHM) bandpass of 7nm. It blocks out all other light, including artificial light pollution and moonlight. It also blocks infrared (IR) light. The result is a dramatic boost in contrast, revealing subtle nebular details that are usually washed out by contrast-killing broadband light. Stars come out tight and sharp.
This filter is also ideal for capturing luminance data for LRGB color imaging of hydrogen-alpha emission nebulae with Orion's monochrome imaging cameras or other similar monchrome cameras. When the monochromatic H-alpha image is combined with the exposures taken through red, green, and blue filters, the resulting color image teems with fine details that are "missing in action" in a standard color shot.
The Orion H-alpha Extra Narrowband Astrophotography filter is the perfect accessory for Orion's monochrome imaging cameras. The 1.25"-diameter telescope filter threads into the nosepiece of the camera or an Orion multiple filter wheel. And the price is better than many lesser-quality H-alpha filters on the market!
Note: This filter should NOT be used for solar observation.
Limited Warranty against defects in materials or workmanship for one year from date of purchase. This warranty is for the benefit of the original retail purchaser only. For complete warranty details contact us at 800-676-1343.
Please note this product was not designed or intended by the manufacturer for use by a child 12 years of age or younger.
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