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Levenhuk The Moon and Mars F2 Filter Set

Levenhuk
Two filters: #25A (red) and lunar. Barrel diameter: 1.25''
  • Category: Accessory
  • Product ID: 50790
  • Country: PRC, controlled by Levenhuk, Inc. (USA)
  • Warranty: 6 months
  • Shipping weight: 0.1 lb (0.04 kg)
  • Package size (LxWxH): 3.1×3.1×0.8 in (8×8×2 cm)
  • Discontinued
  The Levenhuk The Moon and Mars F2 filter set includes two eyepiece filters for a telescope. One of them will be useful for studying the lunar surface, another - for viewing Mars and some other planets of the solar system. Light filters increase the contrast of the image, allowing for the more detailed observation of astronomical objects. Due to the... more

The Levenhuk The Moon and Mars F2 filter set includes two eyepiece filters for a telescope. One of them will be useful for studying the lunar surface, another - for viewing Mars and some other planets of the solar system. Light filters increase the contrast of the image, allowing for the more detailed observation of astronomical objects. Due to the special thread, different Levenhuk filters can be combined with each other. Both filters’ barrel diameter is 1.25".

Levenhuk 1.25" Optical Filter #25 (Red)
The filter has a positive effect on the contrast of the image and is recommended for observing Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn. It features low light transmission, so it is efficient only with telescopes with an aperture of 150 mm or more. With this filter, you can see in detail the polar caps, dust clouds, and seas on Mars as well as the blue clouds of Saturn and Jupiter.

Levenhuk 1.25" Lunar Filter
It is a classic filter for observing the moon. It dims the brightness so that you can explore the lunar surface in more detail. Even with long observations, the eyes will not strain. This filter should be used if the phase of the moon is more than 80%, and it is always required when observing the full moon. It is effective on telescopes of any aperture.

Features:

  • Two light filters for a telescope
  • Levenhuk 1.25" optical filter #25 (red) is used for detail study of Mars, the atmosphere of Jupiter and Saturn
  • Lunar filter is used to enhance the contrast of the lunar surface image
  • A thread for combining different filters
  • 1.25" barrel diameter

The kit includes:

  • Filter #25 (Red)
  • Lunar filter
  • Plastic case for storage
Specifications
Optics material optical glass
External thread (for installation in the eyepiece) yes, 1.25''
Internal thread (for combining different filters) yes
Operating temperature range, °C −5… 35

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Levenhuk The Moon and Mars F2 Filter Set - Total: 10 Negative 0 Positive 10


Kaya (2015-08-02 05:31): Positive
Can I use these filters with my Levenhuk Strike 50 NG? Levenhuk Customer Service:
Unfortunately, Solar System Levenhuk F4 Filter Set is not suitable for use with the Levenhuk Strike 50 NG telescope as its standard eyepieces are not threaded for optical filters. Selecting another eyepiece is also not an option as the telescope has non-standard barrel diameter.

Dr. Evans (2015-07-28 10:04): Positive
Is this set suitable for use with my Sky-Watcher BK 707AZ2? Levenhuk Customer Service:
Yes, The Moon and Mars Levenhuk F2 Filter Set can be used with your telescope.

Steven Morales (2015-01-23 11:49): Positive
Is this filter set suitable for Levenhuk Strike 60 NG? Levenhuk Customer Service:
Unfortunately, The Moon and Mars Levenhuk F2 Filter Set is not suitable for Levenhuk Strike 60 NG Telescope. Its eyepieces don't have a thread for attaching optical filters. Other eyepieces is not an option either, as the telescope has non-standard barrel diameter.

Kristopher (2014-10-18 06:44): Positive
Is this kit suitable for use with Meade Infinity? Levenhuk Customer Service:
Yes, The Moon and Mars Levenhuk F2 Filter Set is suitable for your telescope.

Eddie Parrish (2014-08-12 03:23): Positive
Is it suitable for Celestron NexStar 6 SE? Levenhuk Customer Service:
Yes, The Moon and Mars Levenhuk F2 Filter Set is suitable for this telescope model.

chantel blake (2013-11-11 05:27): Positive
Can I use these filters with levenhuk strike 80 ng? Levenhuk Customer Service:
Yes, you can use The Moon and Mars Levenhuk F2 Filter Set with Levenhuk Strike 80 NG telescope.

Richard Sanford (2013-08-13 11:40): Positive
What about iOptron and Orion telescopes? Levenhuk Customer Service:
The Moon and Mars Levenhuk F2 Filters may be used with the telescopes you mentioned.

Joseph Brown (2013-08-09 11:24): Positive
Will I be able to install these filters on Celestron PowerSeeker 114 EQ? Levenhuk Customer Service:
Yes, The Moon and Mars Levenhuk F2 Filters can be installed on Celestron PowerSeeker 114 EQ.

Kevin Anderson (2013-05-16 09:35): Positive
Are the filters compatible with Celestron Astromaster 130? Levenhuk Customer Service:
Yes, these filters are compatible with Celestron Astromaster 130.

Linda Bishop (2013-04-28 09:36): Positive
Is it possible (and reasonable) to use these filters with Levenhuk Strike 90 PLUS telescope? How much worse the image quality can get during planetary observations? Levenhuk Customer Service:
Yes, it's possible to use these filters with Levenhuk Strike 90 PLUS telescope. Filters will actually help you to enhance contrast during planetary observations.
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