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SkyTech L-Pro Max Light Pollution Suppression Filter Used for about a year now and still in very good condition. really helped me out in my garden but now I've moved to tougher skies and need a slightly stronger filter. So it's time to pass this on to someone else. Filter is in very good condition with no scratches on it. Used extensively to great effect. Cardboard box slightly tatty but to be expected. Creates very nice pictures with good star colour retention and no halos. Horsehead is a HaRGB composite photo where the RGB was shot with this filter. 2" fitting (M48). Will come with outside box, interior box and of course the filter. £100 + £8 P&P (Royal Mail Special Delivery)
Only used a handful of times as I switched from using the DSLR to a ZWO camera, so is in perfect condition. Fit's all Sony Alpha 7 cameras (A7, A7R, A7S etc) and is suitable for cameras which have been astro modified. Retail price is £200 but will accept £120 Will post First Class Signed For (UK Only) and payment can be made via PayPal or Bank Transfer Thanks for looking!
Hi guys, Bit of a lurker here but time for a first post as I've scoured every corner of the internet and cannot find the exact info I'm after. My style of shooting is more landscape astrophotography over deep space and I really want to be able to photograph Orion using a wide angle lens (eg. Samyang 24mm) on either a Canon 6D or a Sony A7SII and pick up the nebulosity. I have a tracking mount (Star Adventurer Mini) and am familiar with stacking images. I was wondering if a light pollution filter would help my cause here as I've read they can help boost nebulosity. Started to get my head in a twist with all the various filters and different types of nebulosity. I really don't want to modify either camera as I use them both for daytime landscape work too. The Samyang 24mm has a 77mm thread on the front, would something like a Hoya Red Intensifier be beneficial to my aims? Is there a better front threaded filter available for what I want? Or is a clip-in filter better? Any help much appreciated, Alyn
So i have a new project coming up i want to raise funds for so im having a bit of a clearout of some astro stuff ive not used in a while (upgrading as i go along) TS Optics low profile off axis guider, comes with canon camera fitting, spacer and 2" nose piece currently at 159 euro on its own on telescop-express, willing to accept £100 the lot **EDIT now avaliable again**** Meade DSI colour ccd camera. This is the original version not the pro, i have been using it mostly for guiding as its a nice sensitive chip, £30 ***EDIT sold, thanks!**** FLO premium Cheshire, good condition £20 ***sold Skywatcher 1.24" light pollution filter £10 **EDIT now sold, thanks Frank the Troll*** Skywatcher 2" light pollution filter £15 ***sold PM for details happy to chat about postage as well