6″x6″ Solar Filter Sheet for Telescopes, Binoculars and Cameras

£29.99 (as of October 20, 2017, 9:09 pm) & FREE Shipping. Details

Black polymer is the most common filtering material for observing sunspots and granulation, through telescopes and binoculars.
These sheets are a quality product of Thousand Oaks Optical, Arizona, a manufacturer of safe solar filters for over 30 years. “Stronger than Mylar with the filtering properties protected within the substrate. Guaranteed five years.”
Make a filter on your own for any telescope / binoculars / camera, and for a fraction of what factory made filters cost.

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A good astronomer wants to use his telescope at night AND day. For this you wish to have a top of the range solar filter. Sunspots, eclipses and transiting satellites, all will also be seen clearly and safely when the use of a black polymer filter. The sun will appear in a natural orange color through your telescope. Buying the sheet and making the filter by yourself will also save you some huge cash. Thousand Oaks Optical have been producing top of the range solar filters for the past 30 years and we are an authorized distributor of theirs. World wide shipping to be had.
Black polymer is the most common filtering material for observing sunspots and granulation, through telescopes and binoculars.
These sheets are a quality product of Thousand Oaks Optical, Arizona, a manufacturer of protected solar filters for over 30 years. “Stronger than Mylar with the filtering properties safe within the substrate. Guaranteed five years.”
Make a filter by yourself for any telescope / binoculars / camera, and for a fraction of what factory made filters cost.
The sun will appear in a natural orange color when viewed through your telescope the use of this filter.
WARNING: ALWAYS MAKE SURE THE FILTER IS WELL ATTACHED TO THE TELESCOPE/BINOCULARS, USING STICKY TAPE, TO KEEP IT FROM FALLING WHILE OBSERVING!

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