Celestron 5 Position Filter Wheel for Skyris - 1.25" - DISCONTINUED -

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Celestron 5 Position Filter Wheel for Skyris - 1.25" - DISCONTINUED -

The 5 Position Filter Wheel for Skyris - 1.25-Inch by Celestron: 


The perfect match to your monochrome camera, the 5 position filter wheel will thread directly onto your Celestron Skyris camera body and many other models and brands with the included C and T-Thread adapters. Weighing less than a pound (11-ounces) and with a thin profile, the Celestron 5 position filter wheel won't weigh your set up down making it an excellent companion for smaller cameras. This manually controlled filter wheel has an easy to use turn dial to switch from filter to filter and a handy quick release door so that you can swap out filters without disturbing your set up.

Get the most out of your monochrome CCD camera by pairing it with a filter wheel. Able to carry 5 filters, you'll be able to stack individual color and narrowband exposures for expertly processed images with maximum resolution. Quality construction, the Celestron 5 position filter wheel is machined out of aluminum and uses only high quality components, like spring loaded ball bearings. Accepts most 1.25-inch filters. Filters are not included.




Filter OD Size in Inches31.75mm Round (1.25")
Filter Positions5
Filter Wheel TypeFilter Changer/ Filters Optional
Free ShippingYes
Warranty2 Year Warranty

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Best Manual 5 Position Filter Wheel I've Used ...

The Celestron Skyris manual five-position filter wheel is constructed very well and is all aluminum, including the rotating wheel which is threaded for the filters. The front and back surfaces of the filter wheel case appear to have been routed to remove excess material to keep the weight down while retaining the strength to support the optical train without flexure. There is an oversized access hatch to easily change filters without having to disassemble the filter wheel. The inside depth of the wheel accommodates the SA100 grating for low resolution spectroscopy of point sources. The optical train in my setup is a 9.25” sct, a focal reducer, an off-axis guider, the filter wheel, and imaging camera. The focal reducer to CCD distance is ~140 mm and the grating to CCD distance is 55 mm, yielding 11.7 Angstroms per each 6.45 micron pixel. Thus, the filter wheel makes it a snap to go from spectroscopy to imaging with narrow band filters at a plate scale of 1.12 arc seconds per pixel.