Bodelin Technologies C-Mount Adapter with IR Cut Filter for ProScope

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Bodelin Technologies C-Mount Adapter with IR Cut Filter for ProScope

B&H # BOCMAIRCF Mfr # PS-CMT-IRC
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This is a special order item. Est. arrival at B&H is 7-14 business days (subject to availability). Your order will be charged at the time of shipment.

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Product Highlights
  • For Use with ProScope HR/HR2
  • Provides High Quality Color Reproduction
  • IR Cut Filter Transmission Range of 380nm-700nm

The Bodelin Technologies C-Mount Adapter with IR Cut Filter for ProScope can be used with the ProScope HR/HR2 and a microscope, telescope, or borescope. When accurate color reproduction is required this combination delivers. The IR cut filter is made from BK7 optical glass and features a transmission range of 380nm-700nm.

C-Mount Adapter
Use your own optics with this industry standard 25.4mm c-mount adapter. Attach the ProScope to an existing microscope, telescope or camera lenses to capture digital images and expand your digital imaging tools
IR Cut Filter
This special C-Mount adapter incorporates a high quality IR cut filter. Highly recommended for professional users that require the best color reproduction when using the ProScope HR/HR2 with a microscope, telescope, or borescope
IR Cut Filter Construction and Transmission Range
The IR cut filter is made from high quality BK7 optical glass and has a transmission range of approximately 380nm to 700nm, the visible light spectrum. Invisible wavelengths, that can still be seen by the high quality HR series imagers, are removed for best color reproduction in critical applications
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