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COMPLETED - ZWO 7nm H-alpha en S-II unmounted 36mm narrowband filters (old style)


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As I have replaced them with new-style versions, I have two old-style ZWO 36mm unmounted narrowband filters for sale:

- H-alpha

- S-II

They are pre-2018, so with both sides silver instead of yellow&purple, and come in the original, but opened, packaging. Condition like new.

Attached images have been made with them. Any decent price will do.

Nicolàs

 

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Dutch "smalband" (narrowband) in the subject
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6 hours ago, inFINNity Deck said:

Hi David,

I find that difficult as I have no idea what they are worth. Is 50 euro each reasonable?

I would appreciate any advice on this.

Nicolàs

 

I would think that 50 euros each is a very good price, yeah the original generation has issues but these can get someone started out in mono imaging until they can afford something better, some people may not be bothered by the refelections even.

Adam

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