Tele Vue Bandmate OIII Filter - 1.25" Round Mounted

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Tele Vue Bandmate OIII Filter - 1.25" Round Mounted
$99.01
Item # TE-BFO-0125
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  • The Tele Vue Bandmate OIII Filter is fashioned from high quality BK7 optical glass for sharp images.
  • Ion beam technology for hard, stable coatings.
  • The Tele Vue Bandmate OIII Filter produce high transmission and high blocking of unwanted longer wavelengths.
  • Every filter is checked optically and cosmetically to assure performance and individually serialized.
  • This Tele Vue Bandmate OIII Filter is designed to fit 1.25" eyepieces or accessories.
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Tele Vue Bandmate OIII Filter - 1.25"

The TeleVue BandMate OIII filter particularly enhances planetary nebulae in larger telescopes and improves nebula in general by enhancing the "forbidden" lines of doubly ionized oxygen. What's more the TeleVue BandMate OIII filter narrowband filter promotes high transmission, with high blocking of unwanted longer wavelengths to yield high-contrast images.

Thanks to ion beam technology and high quality optical glass the TeleVue BandMate OIII filter produces low scatter in a hard stable coating to reduce changes due to temperature and humidity. The optical quality ground and polished BK7 glass yields sharp star images — even when filter is placed in front of diagonal. When you buy Tele Vue, you're assured of 100% quality control: Every filter is checked optically and cosmetically to assure performance and individually serialized.

Televue Product Number: BFO-0125
Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU TE-BFO-0125
Manufacturer Tele Vue
Type of Filter Oxygen III
Filter Usage Imaging, Visual
Single or Set? Single Filter
Filter Size 1.25"
Filter Shape Round
Filter Mounted? Mounted
Warranty 5 Year Warranty
Integral Transmission SEE CODE 39 *** SEE CODE 39
Peak Transmission SEE CODE 38 *** SEE CODE 38
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  • TeleVue Bandmate OIII Filter - 1.25"
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Description says for large telescopes. Does it block too much light to be useful for small apertures? What is the smallest aperture recommended to use this filter with? Thx.
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