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Astronomik - Luminance Filter - Canon EOS Clip

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Astronomik Luminance (IR/UV Blocking) Filter - Canon EOS Clip

The Astronomik UV and IR cut Filter is great for for digital photography! The Astronomik UV-IR Blocker lets the full range of sensitivity of the human eye (according to DIN 5031) pass, and blocks all other parts of the spectrum in the UV and IR. The Astronomik UV-IR Blocker is the ideal choice as a luminance filter for any kind of digital photography.


Because of the perfect blocking of UV and IR all optical problems in these parts of the spectrum are avoided. The filter is optimized for systems with focal ratios between f/0.5 and f/50. The typical transmission is higher than 99%.


Because of the perfect blocking of UV and IR all optical problems in these parts of the spectrum are avoided. The filter is optimized for systems with focal ratios between f/0.5 and f/50. The typical transmission is higher than 99%.


The UV-IR Blocker gives you a perfect parfocal filter for the luminance channel. It is also great as a dust protection for your telescope and camera. It works as a dust protection of Schmidt-Cassegrain, Schmidt-Newton or Maksutov system or as a dust protection in front of DSLR camera and can be used as an alternative instead of the IR-Blocker if your camera has a high sensitivity at short wavelengths. Try using the Astronomik Luminance (IR/UV Blocking) Filter as an alternative instead of the MC Clear if your system has any refracting elements.


You should think about using the IR-blocker if your camera has a low sensitivity at short wavelengths. Think about using the MC Clear glass if you have a system without any refracting elements. If you do color imaging from light polluted places, please think about using the CLS CCD filter for the luminance data instead!


About the Astronomik Clip-Filter System....


The patented Astronomik Clip-Filter System is black anodized aluminum and laser-cut on state-of-the-art modern machines. It can be inserted within seconds directly into the EOS camera body. There are no changes necessary and all lens functions (focus, screen, image stabilization) remain functional!


Almost all Canon system lenses (with the exception of the EF-S series) and all M42 and T2 lens adapters, can be used with the Astronomik Clip-Filter System. The Clip-Filter System also acts as an outstanding dust shield, which prevents the possibility of dust settling on the sensor during long time exposure (The MC-Clear filter does not have a filter effect and only acts as a dust shield.)


Note: For Photographers interested in daylight IR-Photography a "MC-modification" is possible for some cameras. If you are interested in this, please send us a short mail. We will give you more details. The "MC-modification" gives you no advantage for normal astrophotography! The Astronomik Canon EOS clip is not suitable are cameras offered before 2003 and all varieties of the Canon EOS 1D and Canon EOS 5D.

Astronomik Luminance (IR/UV Blocking) Filter - Canon EOS Clip Features...

  • Parfocal with other Astronomik filters
  • Glass thickness: 1mm
  • Completely resistant against high humidity, scratches and aging effects
  • Diffraction limited, the filter will not reduce the optical performance of your telescope!
  • Astronomik filters are delivered in a high-quality, long lasting, filter box

Product Series

UV and IR cut Filter for digital photography.

The Astronomik UV-IR Blocker lets the full range of sensitivity of the human eye (according to DIN 5031) pass, and blocks all other parts of the spectrum in the UV and IR. The Astronomik UV-IR Blocker is the ideal choice as a luminance filter for any kind of digital photography.

Because of the perfect blocking of UV and IR all optical problems in these parts of the spectrum are avoided.

The filter is optimized for systems with focal ratios between f/0.5 and f/50. The typical transmission is higher than 99%. Main use

The UV-IR Blocker gives you a perfect parfocal filter for the luminance channel. It is also great as a dust protection for your telescope and camera. Other uses

  • As a dust protection of Schmidt-Cassegrain, Schmidt-Newton or Maksutov system or as a dust protection in front of DSLR camera.
  • As an alternative instead of the IR-Blocker if your camera has a high sensitivity at short wavelengths.
  • As an alternative instead of the MC Clear if your system has any refracting elements

Alternatives

You should think about using the IR-blocker if your camera has a low sensitivity at short wavelengths. Think about using the MC Clear glass if you have a system without any refracting elements. If you do color imaging from light polluted places, please think about using the CLS CCD filter for the luminace data instead!

Suitability

  • Visual observation (dark skies): It depends, for dust protection only
  • Visual observation (urban skies): It depends, for dust protection only
  • Film photography: It depends, for dust protection only
  • CCD photography: Very good, if used with optics which contain refracting elements
  • DSLR photography (original): It depends, for dust protection only
  • DSLR photography (astro modified): It depends, for dust protection only
  • DSLR photography (MC modified): Very good, if used with optics which contain refracting elements
  • Webcam / Video (Planets): Very good, if used with optics which contain refracting elements
  • Webcam / Video (Deep Sky): Very good, if used with optics which contain refracting elements

Technical Data

  • Parfocal with other Astronomik filters
  • Glass thickness: 1mm
  • Completely resistant against high humidity, scratches and aging effects
  • Diffraction limited, the filter will not reduce the optical performance of your telescope!
  • Astronomik filters are delivered in a high-quality, long lasting, filter box

Additional Information

Name Astronomik - Luminance Filter - Canon EOS Clip
Manufacturer Astronomik
Model L-EOS