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UHC Canon EOS Clip Filter for Celestial Observations and Astrophotography

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Place of Origin:
Guangdong, China
Brand Name:
Model Number:
LRGB -01
Special Features:
Waterproof / Weatherproof
UHC Canon EOS Clip Filter
For Celestial Observations and Astrophotography

Packaging & Delivery

Selling Units:
Single item
Single package size: 
8X8X4 cm
Single gross weight:
0.500 kg
Package Type:
White plastic box
Lead Time :
Quantity(Pieces) 1 - 500 501 - 3000 3001 - 5000 >5000
Est. Time(days) 12 15 18 To be negotiated

UHC Canon EOS Clip Filter for Celestial Observations  and Astrophotography





Product Description
  • Filter was designed to improve the image contrast of observed objects. Due to its ability to produce exceptionally sharp and clear images, this filter is considered one of the most popular astronomy accessories. It can be used not only for celestial observations but also for astrophotography. 7D MkII,7D,20D,20Da,30D,40D,50D,60D + 60Da,70D,80D,300D / Digital Rebel / Kiss Digital,350D / Digital Rebel XT / Kiss Digital N,400D / Digital Rebel XTi / Kiss Digital X,450D / Rebel XSi / Kiss X2,500D / Rebel T1i / Kiss X3,550D / Rebel T2i / Kiss X4,600D / Rebel T3i / Kiss X5,650D / Rebel T4i / Kiss X6,700D / Rebel T5i / Kiss X7,750D / Rebel T6i / Kiss X8,760D / Rebel T7i / Kiss X9,1000D / Rebel XS / Kiss F,1100D / Rebel T3 / Kiss X50,1200D,1300D,100D. This Filter is not for EF-S camera Lens.





Welcome to customize the camera board as for your requirements. 


The sample cost is around 50usd ~3300usd ( refer to technical requirements). 

The sample making time: 5~7 work days after payment received



The shippig cost to US/AU/Europe countries below 1kg: 25usd

The delivery time: 3~4 work days

Remark: for final and correct price, kindly tell us the shipping address in detail( POST CODE is important)




Production Time: 

100~5000PCS: 10 work days

5000~10000PCS: 15 work days

10K~20K: 18 ~20 work days

20K above: kindly contact us for confirmation. Thanks




Packing details: 

Each camera packs by white/color paper box

Single package size: 8*8*4cm 
Single gross weight: 0.5 KG 




USB Camera Module Package includes:

1 x 1.25" UHC telescope Filter
1 x Cardboard Box
1 x Plastic PP Case
1 x EVA Case Lining





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Question: Does this only work on mac?
Answer: Worked on Windows 8.1 like a charm. Out of the box. 
Answer: The field of view is approximately 80 degrees. It is set with autoexposure and autofocus, although both of these can be changed if the right drivers are downloaded. I use Open CV 2 library.
Question: How do you fix the usb connection if the wires at the 4-pin plug cut off the board? is there any replacement for usb cable?
 Answer:  My board-to-USB cable connection has a 4-pin connector. Not sure if you mean the connecotr broke off, or the wire snapped at the connector, but regardless, the easiest way to fix is to just trim off the wire and connector and solder it to the board. The pin order on mine (from edge inward) [Blk,Grn,Wht,Red] which corresponds to [Ground, Data+, Data-, 5V]. Mine is also marked on the board "GND","DP","DM","5V". If your entire cable is damaged just grab any other USB cable (so long as it is shielded and contains data wires, which some of the more flimsy-feeling "power only" cables won't) and cut off the device end. If you don't know how to solder, just go to your local Makerspace and ask someone to show you how.
Question: How do you get the 60Hz framerate specified? I get less than 30Hz for all resolutions on windows and linux.
Answer: Plug and play with Windows 10, camera app, the settings button lets you switch to 720p @ 60Hz. I just tried it and windows reports that's what the video is (59.49fps, actually).