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Astronomik L1 UV-IR Blocking Filter- 2"


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  • Astronomik L1 UV-IR Blocking Filter- 2"

    Astronomik has a long history of top quality filters, and the L1 is just another testament to that reputation's truth. Working as a perfect UV-IR blocking filter, it 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. This makes it an ideal choice as a luminance filter for any kind of digital photography. It is optimized for systems with focal ratios between f/0.5 and f/50, and the typical transmission is higher than 99%. The UV-IR Blocker gives you a perfect parfocal filter for the luminance channel. It is also great as a dust protection for your telescope and camera. The high quality L1 has a very wide spectral window- see the graph above for exact transmission rates.

    Technical Data and Specifications

    • Parfocal with other Astronomik filters
    • Glass thickness: 1mm
    • Completely resistant against high humidity, scratches and aging effects
    • Diffraction limited, the filter will not reduce the optical performance of your telescope!
    • Astronomik filters are delivered in a high-quality, long lasting, filter box
    • 2" Round Unmounted

    Manufacturer Product Number: L1-2
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    John S.
    United States

    Astronomik L1 UV-IR Filter 2”. A must have for one shot CCD cameras!!!

    Adding the L1 UV-IR filter to my set up has reduced star bloat, increased star color and eliminated the red cast background that accompanies CCD chips because of their high sensitivity in the near IR range. There are three different filters to choose from, L1, L2 and L3. Read the specs for each and purchase the one that best fits your setup.