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Altair ASCENT 80mm F-7 ED Doublet Refractor
The ULTIMATE travel scope, suitable for wide field imaging or visual use, day or night-time.
Altair Quad-Band 2" Filter for OSC CMOS, CCD and Modified or Unmodded DSLR cameras.
A 2" Filter Holder with either a male T2 or M48 thread on the camera side and either a female T2 or M48 thread on the telescope side, enabling direct connection to Altair Hypercam and other cameras.
The Altair Solar Wedge (Herschel Wedge) replaces the normal 2" mirror or prism diagonal at the rear of your refractor telescope. The Solar Wedge transmits a greatly reduced, safe amount of light to the eyepice or camera.
The SkyTech LPRO-MAX filter is designed to improve the visibility of stars and deepsky objects, by blocking light pollution, while transmitting light from deepsky objects. It is therefore the best option for imaging in moderate light pollution.
The 21mp Sony IMX269 is a 12bit colour 4/3rds sensor with 3.30 μm Pixels. The IMX269 Colour sensor is a better replacement for the now discontinued colour Panasonic MN34230 Series for long exposure astrophotography for thos wanting similar image scale and
The Altair Astro CNC machined aluminium pier adapter is used to secure the following Equatorial mounts to your Altair SkyShed Pier or home made pier
The new standard in astro imaging, Altair Hypercam 26C uses the latest 16bit Sony IMX571 sensor with ultra low read noise and super high quantum efficiency in a large APS-C format.
The Starwave 80 EDT-R refractor has a triplet ED lens system with a premium Japanese Hoya FCD-100 ED glass element, with equivalent Abbe number to FPL53.
The SkyTech CLS-CCD (City Light Suppression) filter is designed to improve the visibility of various deepsky objects by blocking light pollution, while allowing light from deepsky objects through.
CASE AND POWER SUPPLY INCLUDED!
The TEC-cooled Hypercam 294C Colour camera has a Thermoelectric cooling system for extremely low noise imaging.