The Tele Vue T-ring adapter provides a standard t-thread for the back of all Tele Vue imaging system accessories. Recommended for APS-size and smaller camera chips, simply thread a camera brand specific t-ring to this and start taking pictures!
This 2" Orion SkyGlow Astrophotography Filter is designed for deep sky astrophotography in light polluted skies with a CCD or DSLR camera. It enhances contrast and preserves neutral color balance, eliminating the need for extra color processing.
The 2" Orion LRGB Astrophotography Filter Set contains 4 must haves for beautiful astrophotos: Red, Blue, Green, and Luminance IR cutoff , all in a protective case. The filters are parfocal which eliminates the task of refocusing between exposure.
For producing striking, high-contrast color CCD astrophotography of emission nebulae with any monochrome CCD camera, you should use extra-narrowband filters. The 2" Orion Extra-Narrowband Sulfur-II Filter is one of a set of three narrowband filters.
For testing the accuracy of your tracking system, or centering stars for GoTo system alignment, the wide field of the Orion 20mm Illuminated Centering Eyepiece makes it easy. Just use the illuminated crosshair to acquire and center any star.
The Tele Vue 2" telescope diagonal is machined from a solid block of aluminum for superior rigidity and alignment. Features very durable dielectric, nonmetallic coatings for 99% reflectivity for the brightest, most natural images available.
The 1.25" Extra-Narrowband Tri-color CCD filter set yields high-contrast color CCD astrophotographs of emission nebulas from light polluted or moonlit skies. Includes the Orion Hydrogen-Alpha, Oxygen-III, and Sulfur-II astrophotography filters.
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