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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #252606

For Sale: A complete set of 14 Orion 1.25" filters, and case [SOLD]

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This is a complete set of 1.25" filters made by Orion, with one exception. The number 12 filter is made by Celestron because Orion doesn't offer one. If you've not experimented with color filters on the planets or moon, you've missed an important portion of planetary study. It's astonishing what comes out when you start applying them singly or stacked, truely astonishing. If you wish to consider when various colors are used, look at the chart in the recent Orion catalog or Celestron. Why so many of them? Like eyepiece focal lengths, the finer division allows for better discrimination of adjacent detail.

The filters are:
8 light yellow
11 Yellow Green
12 Medium Yellow
15 Deep Yellow
21 Orange
23A Light Red
25 Red
38A Deep Blue
47 Violet
56 Light Green
58 Green
80A Medium Blue
82A Pale Blue

They are all from Japan, all perfect, rarely used, I should have cases for each. I have two sets, one with each of two sets of planetary eyepieces that sometimes end up being used on two separate scopes. Frankly, I can't remember the last time both were used at the same time.

$120 OBO,plus shipping and, yes, you can have the wooden case with them. I take PayPal.

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