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  • Baader 50 mm Square LRGBC Filter Set
    Baader Planetarium Baader LRGBC CCD Filter Set - 50 mm Square Unmounted - FLRGBC-SQ50
    $849.00
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  • Baader 50 mm Square LRGB Filter Set
    Baader Planetarium Baader LRGB CCD Filter Set - 50 mm Square Unmounted - FLRGB-SQ50
    $789.00
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  • Astronomik 50 mm Round LRGB Filter Set
    Astronomik Filters Astronomik LRGB Filter Set - 50 mm Round - LRGB-50R
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  • Astronomik 50 mm Deep Sky RGB Color Filters - Round
    Astronomik Filters Astronomik Deep Sky RGB Color Filter Set - 50 mm Round - DRGB-50R
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  • Astronomik 50 mm Square Deep Sky RGB Color Filter Set
    Astronomik Filters Astronomik Deep Sky RGB Color Filter Set - 50 mm Square - DRGB-50SQ
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  • Astrodon 50 mm Round Unmounted Generation 2 I-Series LRGB Tru-Balance Filter Set
    Astrodon Astrodon Gen2 I-Series LRGB Tru-Balance Filter Set - 49.7 mm Round Unmounted - LRGB2-I50R
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  • Astrodon Astrodon Gen2 E-Series LRGB Tru-Balance Filter Set - 49.7 mm Square Unmounted - LRGB2-E50S
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One of the most crucial accessories of astro-imaging is filters. Eyepiece filters are an invaluable aid in lunar and planetary observing. They reduce glare and light scattering, increase contrast through selective filtration, increase definition and resolution, reduce irradiation and lessen eye fatigue. Different filters will act differently, highlighting a rainbow of wavelengths to enhance a variety of features in the night sky.


Deep-space imaging in particular benefits from filters. Far away celestial objects, such as nebulae come to life in your photos with vivid colors. We recommend starting out with an h-alpha filter to filter out broadband light pollution while only allowing a very narrow bandwidth of light to pass through. These are a favorite filter among astrophotographers!


We offer deep sky filters and planetary filters from Lumicon, Baader Planetarium, Celestron, TeleVue, Meade, Orion, High Point & Thousand Oaks. Telescope filters will add to the performance of virtually any telescope and are a highly recommended telescope accessory. Feel free to contact one of our telescope experts for advice on selecting the filter assortment that is right for you.

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