Brand: Lunt Solar Systems

Lunt 50mm Ha Compact Double Stack Filter (LS50C)


Brand: Lunt Solar Systems

Lunt 50mm Ha Compact Double Stack Filter (LS50C)


This is a simple way to double stack your Lunt 50. This will show even more surface detail and rich colour on our local star. They're easy to take on and off, but you're never going to want to take it off.
  • The Lunt LS50C is a compact double-stacking filter for the LS50THa telescope
  • It lowers the bandpass to <0.5 Angstroms
  • Screws easily onto the front of the LS50THa
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The specially-designed Lunt Solar Systems LS50C is a compact double stack filter. Notably, it was made especially for the Lunt LS50THa H-alpha Solar Telescope.

The LS50C lowers the bandpass of the LS50THa to less than <0.5 Angstroms giving you truly stellar, professional quality views. The LS50C gives you the option of upgrading your single-stack LS50THa to a double stack solar telescope. Furthermore, you can install the upgrade yourself. Because the LS50THa screws on the the front of your LS50THa, so you won’t have to send it back to our factory.

By adding a double stack filter to your solar telescope, you will be able to see a crisp, clear image of the surface prominence’s of the Sun. This will give you the images that you need for research or just viewing enjoyment.

Please Note: This filter cannot be used without a blocking filter.


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