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Code: ME-TA-07286
MPN: 07286
UPC: 709942001501

Meade #905 Variable Polarizing Filter (1.25") System 07286 Product Info

Meade #905 Variable Polarizing Filter (1.25") System 07286 includes 2 Polarizer filters mounted in a specially-machined cell, for glare-reduction in observing the Moon. Meade # 905 Polarizerimage System permits variable settings of the light transmission between 5% and 25%, to account for varying lunar surface brightness according to the phase of the Moon and the magnification and aperture of the telescope . Accepts 1.25" eyepieces .

Rotate the thumbscrew at the side of the unit to achieve light transmission between 5% and 25% of its original value. The Meade # 905 inserts into the diagonal prism of the telescope, followed by an eyepiece. Meade Variable Polarizing Filter System 07286 is basically sunglasses for your telescope , for lowering the bright glare and overexposure of the moon which prevents comfortable viewing.The advantage of this design over other polarizers, is to use the other polarizers one has to constantly take out the eyepiece to readjust the amount of polarization. Meade Variable Polarizing Filter System #905 is exclusively for viewing, for photography use the individual polarizing filters.

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  • Meade #905 Variable Polarizing Filter (1.25") System 07286 (includes 2 Polarizer filters mounted in a specially-machined cell)

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Helpful Positive Review Good filter for lunar observing by Legacy Reviewer, August 20, 2012
The filter works great on my Meade ETX 125. Perfect for lunar observing to reduce overall brightness and glare. Since it's adjustable it's much more user friendly than having to remove the eyepiece to add/remove different threaded filters. Pros: Ver...
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Helpful Negative Review Would have been great except... by Legacy Reviewer, November 11, 2008
I would recommend this *if* it will work in your scope. The problem is that unless you happen to be able to test one or you read a review by someone with the same scope as you have, you will not know if it will work before you buy it. The idea of...
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