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Radian Triad Tri-Band Narrowband Filter 1.25"

SKU : RT-TRIAD-TC125

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  • Check out theTriad Difference
  • Shoot in any light polluted area
  • H-beta, OIII, and H-alpha Band Passes
  • 1.25-inch filter size
  • Works with any color camera including DSLRs

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    CG
    03/16/2020
    Chris G.
    Australia Australia
    Step up from your regular contrast boosting filter

    A good experience with OPT on the delivery of my Triad filter from US to Australia. The filter is very good, allowing high contrast imaging in my bright suburban backyard, and under moonlight conditions on nebula targets. For use with my ASI294MC-Pro colour camera it is pretty much perfect match. A significant step up from my contrast enhancing filters, by a long way, giving me results quite similar to my narrow band filters. If emission nebula are your target then this filter is for you.

    PG
    11/16/2019
    Paul G.
    United States United States
    Wow!

    I have managed to use this filter three times. Sort of experimenting. I have had excellent results using an ASI183 and a canon 70-300mm lens on an avx mount. While pricey, the filter does as advertised. This opens up a whole new level of photography for me. What I do. To understand yet is having a finished product like the example video. My stacked image does not require photoshop to pull out detail from a dark image. It is there plain as day prior to importing. I guess that is good!

    CW
    09/14/2019
    Cassie W.
    United States United States
    Capture nebula details good

    I can't get the color balance right even went I do for the picture as a whole the larger stars will still have the area green tint and glow. Do you have any pointers as I'm new to astro photo editing