IDAS LPS D1 Filter For Canon APS-C
The IDAS LPS D1 Filter is a Light pollution suppression (LPS) filter that is designed to suppress the common emission lines generated by artificial lighting, yet allow the important nebula emission lines to pass, thus enhancing the contrast of astronomical objects, particularly emission nebulae.
Unlike other light pollution suppression filters, IDAS filters are specifically designed for balanced color transmission using the IDAS unique Multi-Bandpass Technology (MBT) process. The balanced transmission allows color photographs to be taken with minimal color cast to broadband emission objects such as stars, galaxies and globular clusters. The comparison photos at right demonstrate (qualitatively) that the IDAS filter maintains better color balance than other filters which have been designed for visual use.
Note: Light pollution suppression filters are not a perfect substitute for dark skies.
Manufacturer Product Number:LPS-D1-EOS
- Additional Information
SKU HU-LPS-D1-EOS Manufacturer IDAS Type of Filter Light Pollution Reduction Filter Usage Imaging Single or Set? Single Filter Filter Size 1.25" Filter Shape Round Filter Mounted? Mounted
- Included Items
- IDAS LPS D1 Filter For Canon APS-C
- Questions & Answers
Product QuestionsHello, could you explain me, how can I hold this filter in to body of my canon eos 600d? Is there necessary to buy some holder? And it is the some filter ,which can by used in filterwheel for 1,25" filters, like HU-LPS-D1-28.6 ? Thank you.Question by: PeterM on Feb 9, 2015 10:03:52 PMI apologize for the late reply, but we had to wait until we had one of these filters in stock to test it on a Canon EOS Rebel camera.
This filter has two tabs that fit between two of the bayonet "blades" on the canon camera with the lens removed and then you can carefully rotate the filters to put the tabs under the blades. At that point, either an EF lens (not an EF-S lens!) or T ring can hold the filter in place. The filter will shift back and forth a bit, but it cannot fall out with a lens or T-ring in place.Answer by: Chris (Admin) on Feb 18, 2015 10:40:24 AM
- Support / Downloads