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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Filters > Classified #278535

For Sale: Orion Solar Filter for ST120, AV120, SVP120 CHEAP! [SOLD]

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I used this ONE time the morning of the Venus Transit as seen from my location in Florida with my ST120. I only wanted it for the transit, now I don't need it as solar observing isn't my bag. As such you get to save on a brand new filter and save 25%!!

It was bought Brand NEW. It comes in all original Orion packaging.

Provides Crisp, Natural-Color Images of the Sun. Designed to fit snugly over the aperture of your telescope, these optical glass filters block 99.999% of incoming sunlight, allowing you to safely observe sunspots and solar granulation in the Sun's photosphere. The Sun appears in a natural, whitish color. The glass elements are machine-polished and triple-coated with nickel-chromium stainless steel for a scratch-resistant surface. Each filter is mounted in an aluminum cell and supplied with foam tape liner to accommodate diameters up to 1/4" smaller than the nominal size. Superior to Mylar! The glass elements are machine-polished and triple-coated with an advanced nickel-chromium stainless steel alloy for a scratch-resistant surface. The filter passes only a fraction of the incoming light, rejecting harmful ultraviolet and infrared radiation.

I paid $79.90 including shipping. You pay $60 and I will ship it 2-3 USPS Priority to your location continental US.

I prefer Paypal.

Paul Atkinson

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