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Re: Beginner Question: Why 2" Color Filters So Hard To Find?

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Posted by Kip Crawford on September 8, 1999 21:42:28 UTC

: I did get far afield on the answer you required. I did ask a person from Orion and they said the main reason there is a small market for 2" filters is because the grand majority use 1.25". I do use my 32mm 2" for lunar and lunar eclipses. I'll quit bugging you now. I'm sure you'll do fine.

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