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Astronomik ProPlanet 807 IR Pass Filter - 31 mm Round - P807-31

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SKU: ASF-P807-31

Astronomik ProPlanet 807 IR-Pass Filter - 31 mm


Astronomik's ProPlanet 807 IR Filter works in conjunction with the Astronomik P742 filter for Moon and planet photography when using large telescopes with apertures of 10" (250 mm) or more and seeing conditions are weak. In addition, this filter can be used in combination with converted DSLR cameras, CCD cameras, and Webcams. Negative viewing effects are sharply reduced. The P807 filter represents your entry point to heretofore uncharted territory in lunar and planetary astrophotography.

The ProPlanet 807 Filter from Astronomik only lets 807 nm or higher wavelengths of infrared light pass. Negative viewing effects are substantially reduced in this range as opposed to the visual spectrum of the human eye. This considerably improves image sharpness and steadiness compared to what your device and location could typically achieve. Furthermore, this filter provides a dark sky background even at advanced dawn for lunar and planetary photography sessions that last well into morning.

Astronomik ProPlanet IR 807 Filter Highlights


  • Created specifically to work with the Astronomik ProPlanet IR 742 when larger aperture telescopes are being used and seeing conditions are poor
  • Exposure times for most cameras is doubled over P742 imaging or in visible light
  • A dark background is provided at dusk as well as dawn
  • Bright planets, stars, comets, as well as young dust clouds and stellar nurseries can be imaged during the day with the Astronomik P807 Filter
  • Permits 97% transmission of wavelengths from 807 nm to 1100 nm while, at the same time, blocking wavelengths from 350 nm to 790 nm
  • Parfocal with any other filter made by Astronomik
  • Glass thickness: 1 mm
  • Coatings offer full protection from the impacts of scratching, aging, and high humidity
  • Astronomik filters are shipped with a durable plastic storage case of superior quality