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H Beta Filter 82mm

H Beta Filter 82mm

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H Beta Filter 82mm for Astrophotography

Crafted to perfection, the H Beta Filter 82mm is designed for astrophotographers who seek to capture the subtle nuances and vibrant hues of celestial objects with exceptional clarity. Engineered with a precise photo round frame and a secure metal screw thread, this filter seamlessly integrates with your camera lenses, ensuring hassle-free compatibility and reliable attachment.

Overall Review

The H Beta Filter 82mm is your gateway to unveiling the hidden details of nebulae and deep-sky objects, thanks to its ability to isolate the H-beta spectral line at 486nm. It effectively minimizes light pollution, delivering clearer and more vivid images of the night sky, even in urban environments.

Investing in a Hydrogen Beta (H-beta) Filter for your camera lens offers significant benefits for astrophotography enthusiasts looking to capture the wonders of the night sky with enhanced precision and clarity. Here’s why you should consider using a Hydrogen Beta Filter and where you can find Hydrogen Beta emission in the cosmos:

Why Should I Use a Hydrogen Beta Filter?

  1. Revealing Hidden Details: The Hydrogen Beta Filter isolates the specific H-beta spectral line at 486nm. This allows you to capture the subtle details and intricate structures of nebulae and other deep-sky objects that emit light at this wavelength. These details are often difficult to perceive with the naked eye or standard camera lenses.
  2. Minimizing Light Pollution: With its narrow bandpass design, the H-beta Filter effectively filters out unwanted light pollution. This is crucial for astrophotographers working in light-polluted urban areas, as it enhances the visibility of celestial objects and improves the overall contrast and clarity of astro-images.
  3. Enhancing Compatibility: Designed with a photo round frame and equipped with a sturdy metal screw thread, the Hydrogen Beta Filter seamlessly integrates with a wide range of camera lenses. This ensures optimal compatibility and hassle-free attachment, allowing you to use the filter across different camera setups.
  4. Unlocking Astrophotography Potential: By using a Hydrogen Beta Filter, you unlock the potential to capture breathtaking images of celestial objects with unparalleled clarity and detail. Whether you are capturing emission nebulae, supernova remnants, or planetary nebulae, this filter enhances your ability to reveal the vivid colors and intricate structures of these cosmic phenomena.

Where Can Hydrogen Beta be Found?

Hydrogen Beta (H-beta) emission is prevalent in various celestial objects throughout the universe, particularly where ionized hydrogen gas emits light at a specific wavelength of 486nm. Here are some common examples of where H-beta emission can be observed:

  • Nebulae: Emission nebulae, such as the Orion Nebula (M42), the Lagoon Nebula (M8), and the Eagle Nebula (M16), contain ionized hydrogen gas that emits light in the H-beta spectral line. This emission reveals the vibrant colors and intricate structures of these cosmic clouds.
  • Supernova Remnants: The expanding shells of gas ejected during supernova explosions often exhibit H-beta emission. Examples include the Veil Nebula (NGC 6960) and the Crab Nebula (M1), where the remnants of massive stars continue to emit light at the H-beta wavelength.
  • Planetary Nebulae: These are glowing shells of gas ejected by dying stars. H-beta emission is commonly observed in the ionized gas surrounding planetary nebulae, such as the Helix Nebula (NGC 7293) and the Dumbbell Nebula (M27).
  • Galactic H II Regions: These are regions within galaxies where ionized hydrogen gas is prevalent, often associated with active star formation. Examples include the Tarantula Nebula in the Large Magellanic Cloud and the H II regions within the spiral arms of the Milky Way galaxy.

Product Specification

  • Model: H Beta Filter
  • Spectral Line: 486nm
  • Bandpass Design: Narrow
  • Frame Type: Photo Round
  • Frame Material: Metal
  • Compatibility: Compatible with various camera lenses
H-Beta Filter for Camera Lens


  • Isolated Spectral Line: Captures the subtle details of nebulae by isolating the H-beta spectral line at 486nm.
  • Narrow Bandpass Design: Filters out unwanted light pollution, enhancing clarity and contrast in astro-images.
  • Photo Round Frame: Ensures seamless integration with a wide range of camera lenses for optimal compatibility.
  • Metal Screw Thread: Provides a secure attachment to camera lenses, offering stability during astrophotography sessions.


  • Astrophotography: Perfect for capturing detailed images of nebulae, planetary nebulae, and galactic H II regions.
  • Nebula Imaging: Reveals the vibrant colors and intricate structures of emission nebulae, such as the Orion Nebula and Lagoon Nebula.
  • Deep-Sky Object Observation: Ideal for exploring supernova remnants like the Veil Nebula and planetary nebulae like the Helix Nebula.

Package Contents

  • 1x H Beta Filter 82mm
  • Protective Case

Using a Hydrogen Beta Filter enhances your astrophotography capabilities by isolating the H-beta spectral line, reducing light pollution, enhancing compatibility with various camera lenses, and unlocking the potential to capture stunning images of nebulae and deep-sky objects. Whether you are a seasoned astrophotographer or a passionate enthusiast, investing in a Hydrogen Beta Filter allows you to explore and capture the beauty of the cosmos with unprecedented clarity and detail.

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