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Lumicon Filter Replacements

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Posted by Jake Rogers on January 6, 2003 05:04:28 UTC

Since Lumicon is no longer in business, I'm looking for a company to take their place in the high-quality filter area. More specifically, I'm looking for an OIII filter and possibly an H-beta, in SCT or 2" form. I have read that Thousand Oaks puts out very good filters. Is this true? Are they as good as Lumicon? Also, are H-alpha filters available and from who? I have heard they work great for many nebula in all light-pollution conditions.
Thanks in advance,
Jake

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