Could you make the outside color reflect the color that the filter is passing?
where do I find out more technical information on your filter?
Is there a link where I can see more?
Yes the outside color can reflect the transmission of the filtered spectrum you decide to use. If you had a red housing, you could dedicate that entirely to hydrogen alpha.
Blue housing could be for calcium k-line
yellow for sodium, and so forth.
Technical information of the filter will be revealed soon after some more tests, There will be lots of filters to choose. It is how they are utilized, which seperates them from the rest.
The website is still being voted on for design. But you can see the parked space at www.amplelight.com , there will be no information posted until final decisions are made.
Skybender systems are not only for solar use, They are originally designed for standalone experimentation with deep space astrophotography. Especially when aided with HDR technology.
Adding The ability to cycle through extremely narrowband / high transmission fraunhofer lines with a few twists of the helical drive is quite an upgrade to any imaging system. The aerospace industry has used this method of imaging for many years in the purely scientific sense.
Skybender brings the phyiscal ability of "optical x-axis" to all amateur telescopes. This allowes direct tuning, and direct control of wavelengths at specific f/ ratios.
More information soon!
Edited by icecreamcat, 31 October 2014 - 06:58 PM.