LPS-V4 + Kenko R1 = H-alpha

Here is the actual response curve when these two filters are used together.

It turns 19nm H-alpha filter. Some examples to switch between RGB color imaging and H-alpha imaging time to time without removing a camera from the system during the imaging session are;

1. Camera lenses : Set 37mm LPS-V4 into Canon body for RGB color and put R1 in front of camera lens for H-alpha

2. Telescopes : Set 52mm LPS-V4 onto Borg 7519(filter box) at the objective side and add 52mm R1 into 7519’s box section for H-alpha imaging.


~ by tedishikawa on April 21, 2010.

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