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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Filters > Classified #98997

For Sale: Three 1.25-inch Filters with cases - $12 each shipped or $30 as set

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All of these are in great shape and have the little rectangular plastic cases. $12 each Shipped.

Celestron #23A Light Red (25% transmission) Boosts contrast on Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn. Improves daylight observations of Mercury and Venus by increasing the contrast between the planets and the bright blue sky.

Celestron #25A Red (14% transmission) Boosts contrast on Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn. Improves daylight observations of Mercury and Venus by increasing the contrast between the planets and the bright blue sky. More pronounced effect than #23A due to lower transmission. Best for 8-inch or larger scopes.

Orion #47 Violet (3% transmission) Strongly rejects red, yellow, and green wavelengths, excellent on the Martian polar ice caps. Absolute best filter for Venus. Helps with Saturns rings, as well.

SOLD: Celestron #82A Light Blue (73% transmission)
SOLD: Orion Moon Filter (#96 ND 13% Transmission)

If you would like all three I will do a package deal for $30 shipped. I would be happy to answer any questions. I just bought a complete collection of all four Celestron filter sets, so these duplicates must go.

Thanks,

Paul McCarl
 

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