Alpine Astronomical Baader UBVRI CCD Photometric Imaging Filter Set (1.25")

Alpine Astronomical Baader UBVRI CCD Photometric Imaging Filter Set (1.25")

Alpine Astronomical Baader UBVRI CCD Photometric Imaging Filter Set (1.25")

B&H # ALFUBVRIS1 MFR # FUBVRIS-1
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Product Highlights

  • Ideal for Near- and Deep-Sky Imaging
  • Offers a Range of Wavelength Bandpasses
  • 360nm Ultraviolet
  • 550nm Visible Green
  • 440nm Visible Blue
  • 710nm Low Infrared
  • 790nm High Infrared
  • High-Transmission Dielectric Coatings
  • Precision Planeoptically Polished
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Alpine Astronomical Baader Blue CCD Photometric Imaging B-Filter (1.25

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Alpine Astronomical Baader High Infrared CCD Photometric Imaging I-Filter (1.25

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Alpine Astronomical Baader Low Infrared Red CCD Photometric Imaging R-Filter (1.25

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Alpine Astronomical Baader Ultraviolet CCD Photometric Imaging U-Filter (1.25

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Alpine Astronomical FUBVRIS-1 overview

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Use the Alpine Astronomical Baader UBVRI CCD Photometric Imaging Filter Set to capture images in a range of wavelengths from ultraviolet, through the visible spectrum, and to the high infrared range. Imaging the same object in specific wavelengths allows you to improve contrast and reveal details otherwise undetectable so you can mat and stack them in post and produce unique custom images of planets, galaxies, and nebulae.

  • Baader Ultraviolet CCD Photometric Imaging U-Filter (1.25")

    Use the Alpine Astronomical Baader Ultraviolet CCD Photometric Imaging U-Filter to capture images of the night sky in a targeted wavelength with your CCD imaging system. Centered on the 360nm wavelength, its bandpass is located below the visual spectrum in the ultraviolet range, passing a wavelength the human eye cannot detect, but imaging sensors can, to produce unique custom images when used by itself or when stacking and layering with images captured in other wavelengths. The glass filter is precision planeoptically polished for distortion-free throughput, and dielectrically coated to maximize transmission through it. It comes mounted in a standard 1.25" eyepiece filter frame for easy compatibility with most imaging system nosepieces, extension tubes, and eyepieces.

  • Baader Blue CCD Photometric Imaging B-Filter (1.25")

    Use the Alpine Astronomical Baader Blue CCD Photometric Imaging B-Filter to capture images of the night sky in a targeted wavelength with your CCD imaging system. Centered on the 440nm wavelength, this blue filter is one of the three primary colors that are used along with red and green to produce custom composite pictures of celestial objects like planets, galaxies, and nebulae. The glass filter is precision planeoptically polished for distortion-free throughput, and dielectrically coated to maximize transmission through it. It comes mounted in a standard 1.25" eyepiece filter frame for easy compatibility with most imaging system nosepieces, extension tubes, and eyepieces.

  • Baader Green CCD Photometric Imaging V-Filter (1.25")

    Use the Alpine Astronomical Baader Green CCD Photometric Imaging V-Filter to capture images of the night sky in a targeted wavelength with your CCD imaging system. Centered on the 550nm wavelength, this green filter is one of the three primary colors that are used along with blue and red to produce custom composite pictures of celestial objects like planets, galaxies, and nebulae. The glass filter is precision planeoptically polished for distortion-free throughput, and dielectrically coated to maximize transmission through it. It comes mounted in a standard 1.25" eyepiece filter frame for easy compatibility with most imaging system nosepieces, extension tubes, and eyepieces.

  • Baader Low Infrared Red CCD Photometric Imaging R-Filter (1.25")

    Use the Alpine Astronomical Baader Low Infrared Red CCD Photometric Imaging R-Filter to capture images of the night sky in a targeted wavelength with your CCD imaging system. Centered on the 710nm wavelength, its bandpass is located slightly outside the visible spectrum making this red filter one of the three primary colors that are used along with blue and green to produce custom composite pictures of celestial objects like planets, galaxies, and nebulae. The glass filter is precision planeoptically polished for distortion-free throughput, and dielectrically coated to maximize transmission through it. It comes mounted in a standard 1.25" eyepiece filter frame for easy compatibility with most imaging system nosepieces, extension tubes, and eyepieces.

  • Baader High Infrared CCD Photometric Imaging I-Filter (1.25")

    Use the Alpine Astronomical Baader High Infrared CCD Photometric Imaging I-Filter to capture images of the night sky in a targeted wavelength with your CCD imaging system. Centered on the 790nm wavelength, its bandpass is located high above the visual spectrum in the infrared range, passing a wavelength the human eye cannot detect but imaging sensors can, to produce unique custom images when used by itself or when stacking and layering with images captured in other wavelengths. The glass filter is precision planeoptically polished for distortion-free throughput, and dielectrically coated to maximize transmission through it. It comes mounted in a standard 1.25" eyepiece filter frame for easy compatibility with most imaging system nosepieces, extension tubes, and eyepieces.

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