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- EclipSmart 70 mm Solar Filter
- Fits Celestron's PS70AZ and PS70EQ Telescopes
- ISO Certified
- Blocks 99.999 percent of visible light
- Enjoy the daily Sunspot and Filaments show!
Celestron Eclipsmart Solar Filter - PS70AZ / PS70EQ
This White Light Solar Filter was designed to efficiently and easily turn the Powerseeker 70 AZ and EQ telescopes into a high-quality solar observation or imaging models, providing a safe and efficient way for your pre-existing nighttime telescope to become a top-notch solar instrument! With three Nylon safety screws meant to enable a safe, snug fit designed from the telescope's lens cap, this filter is secure and firm, doubly ensuring safety by making sure that the filter will stay attached when in use. Every single Eclipsmart product from Celestron has been guaranteed by Celestron to strictly adhere to ISO certification standards, which means that they are guaranteed to fall within the legal safety parameters for an object designed to view the sun. Just attach the Eclipsmart Solar Filter where you would the lens cap of your Powerseeker AZ or EQ 70 Telescope, and you'll have a safe, fun, and efficient way of viewing the sun, without any need to buy a new telescope or abandon your Powerseeker. Open up new dimensions of astronomy with just a simple filter on the front of your scope!
Note: Even with the safety and well designed, sturdy nature of this filter in mind, please take care when using any kind of object to view the sun, and be sure to check for any level of damage to the filter before viewing to avoid any possible risk of damage. The filter is highly durable and well protected by the design, but nothing is impossible.
OPT Product Number: CE-942221
Aperture42.0 mm Filter Clear
Filter DiameterExternal 105.1 mm
Filter MaterialCelestron proprietary Mylar filter
- Celestron's EclipSmart 70 mm Solar Filter
- 3 Nylon Screws
- Safety Cap for when not in use
- 2 Year Warranty
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