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Posted 12 May 2021 - 02:59 AM

A DSLR Camera modification for Astrophotography consist of the hydrogen alpha wavelength bandpass transmission increase at 656nm. The original UV/IR Blocking filter present on stock DSLR Cameras only allows over 25% transmission of h-alpha emissions. An Astro-Converted DSLR Camera is about 4 times more sensitive to the deep reddish nebulae structure tones. H-alpha objects/sections are also present in all the other galaxies besides the Milky Way. The hydrogen element is present in the entire universe, and many emission nebulae visible on the night sky and the sun, emanate hydrogen alpha emissions.

 

 

To see information about my Astro-Conversion service go to the following URL:

 

Astrogear.net

 

On the Astrophotography menu, click on "Astro Conversion Service"

 

 

 

Clear Skies,

 

 

Daniel.


Edited by Astrohobbyist, 12 May 2021 - 03:01 AM.



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