StellarPrint Solar Film Holder

The StellarPrint Solar Film Holder offers a durable ASA plastic holder, enhanced with brass inserts and nylon screws, to ensure a firm and scratch-free fit for solar filter film. It is designed for telescopes with apertures of 60mm to 90mm and its non-slip, compression-based design promises steady and safe solar viewing,

StellarPrint Solar Film HolderThe holder attaches seamlessly to a telescope using three M3 nylon screws, specifically chosen to protect a telescope’s finish. These screws ensure a snug fit without leaving any scratches or marks on a telescope, preserving its aesthetic and resale value. The StellarPrint Solar Film Holder features brass inserts offering enhanced durability and ensuring that the attachment points for the nylon screws remain robust over time, even with repeated use.

To further enhance the security of the solar filter film, the holder incorporates non-slip material within the retaining ring. This material, combined with the compression provided by the M3 screws, ensures that the film is held taut and stable, preventing any slippage or movement that could compromise the solar viewing experience. And should there be a need to replace the solar filter film, it is as simple unscrewing the 3 screws to install a new one.

You can learn more about the StellarPrint Solar Film Holder here.

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