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Levenhuk Ra UHC 1.25'' Filter

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Filter for observations of deep-sky objects. Barrel diameter: 1.25''
  • Category: Accessory
  • Product ID: 45128
  • Country: PRC, controlled by Levenhuk, Inc. (USA)
  • Warranty: 6 months
  • Weight: 0.1 lb (0.05 kg)
  • UPC: 6900000451281
  • Package size (LxWxH): 3.1×1.2×1.2 in (8.0×3.0×3.0 cm)
  • $79.95
  • Levenhuk
  This filter was designed for observations of dim and low-contrast deep-sky objects. The passband includes the Hß wavelength (4861 Å) and the OIII doublet (4959 Å and 5007 Å). Some planetary and emission nebulae are emitting up to 90% visible light in this range. This filter, therefore, enhances the contrast of nebulae details from 2–5% to 10–50%. T... more

This filter was designed for observations of dim and low-contrast deep-sky objects. The passband includes the Hß wavelength (4861 Å) and the OIII doublet (4959 Å and 5007 Å). Some planetary and emission nebulae are emitting up to 90% visible light in this range. This filter, therefore, enhances the contrast of nebulae details from 2–5% to 10–50%. This filter has a barrel diameter of 1.25" and can be mounted on the eyepiece of your OTA.

Usage: General use product. May be used by kids over 3 years old.


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Levenhuk Ra UHC 1.25'' Filter - Total: 6 Negative 0 Positive 6


Vera White (2015-04-29 01:18): Positive
I don't get what this filter is for. Does it make image quality better? Will weak nebulae appear more clearly with it? Levenhuk Customer Service:
Yes, Levenhuk Ra UHC 1.25' Filter enchaces image quality and makes images sharper.

Glenn Hood (2013-08-27 12:58): Positive
Tell me please, is it a good one for observing galaxies, nebulae and clusters??? Levenhuk Customer Service:
Yes, this filter is ideal for observing galaxies, nebulae and clusters.

Michael Kelsall (2013-06-25 07:08): Positive
So you wouldn't advise me this filter? So which one should I choose for nebula observing? Levenhuk Customer Service:
For observing nebulae, please pay your attention to the Levenhuk Ra O-III 1.25'' Filter https://www.levenhuk.com/products/filter-levenhuk-ra-o-iii-1-25/ and the Levenhuk Ra CLS 1.25'' Filter https://www.levenhuk.com/products/filter-levenhuk-ra-cls-1-25/

Michael Kelsall (2013-06-25 07:05): Positive
This is so bad! I have CELESTRON AstroMaster 114 EQ. so it means that I can't observe nebulae through it? The Orion Nebula for example is so bright - it's impossible that I won't see anything with this filter? is it such a useless thing? Levenhuk Customer Service:
For observing nebulae, please pay your attention to the Levenhuk Ra O-III 1.25'' Filter https://www.levenhuk.com/products/filter-levenhuk-ra-o-iii-1-25/ and the Levenhuk Ra CLS 1.25'' Filter https://www.levenhuk.com/products/filter-levenhuk-ra-cls-1-25/

Michael Kelsall (2013-06-25 06:48): Positive
So can I see nebulae out of it? Levenhuk Customer Service:
Faint deep-sky objects as nebulae and galaxies can be seen through a telescope as grayish cloudlets. However, observing through big powerful telescopes with objective lens diameter of 250-300 mm and more, you can notice faintly discernible colors on the brightest deep-sky objects. But even with the largest professional telescope it's impossible to see visually deep-sky objects so bright and vivid as we used to see on photos.

Michael Kelsall (2013-05-03 03:26): Positive
In general I need a set of eyepieces and filters for my telescope for observing celestial objects such as nebulae, stars, planets, the Moon and the Sun. Nebulae - so they can be seen Andromeda galaxy - it should be visible The Moon - not too much light for comfort observation Eyepieces - so I can see all planets (I saw Neptune - an incredible view!) even if there will be a separate eyepiece for each planet Optical filter - so I can see detailed images of planets So I want my telescope Celestron Astromaster 114 EQ to work to its full potential. Levenhuk Customer Service:
Apparently you meant the model Celestron PowerSeeker 114 EQ; to obtain the maximum practical magnification (i.e. magnification without quality reduction) you will need 4 mm eyepiece (225o), 1,25""; regarding filters, we recommend Solar System Levenhuk F4 Filter Set: https://www.levenhuk.com/products/com-filters_f4_solar_system_set/

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