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These imaging filters were designed in our facility in California with a spectrum bandpass that produced optimum color balance and sharpness.Each 1.25” mounted filter has a clear aperture of 26 mm, and is layered with dichroic coatings that allow transmission of more than 92% of the visual spectrum (420 nm - 680 nm) while blocking infrared (IR) transmissions that would cause slightly out-of-focus images were they left unblocked.Anti-reflection coatings are also applied in multiple layers to further increase contrast and light throughput, and to protect the filter from the effects of daily use.The Celestron LRGB Filter Set includes a luminance (L), red (R), green (G), and blue (B) filter. Anthony, you use ' Click' event for one, but ' Mouse Down' for other? I've tried True/ False, -1/0 and 1/0 and all of them produce the same result. Recordset Dim SQL As String Dim Curr Db As Database Dim curr Filter As String ' Capture current filter If Me. Filter Set Curr Db = Current Db SQL = "SELECT * FROM tbl Timesheet WHERE [Timesheet ID] = " & Me. Open Recordset(SQL, db Open Dynaset, db See Changes) If Not rs Update. I will try to find my conversion [email protected]: I was too focused on the 'moved to SQL Server...' and was looking at 'some' of the references to True/False which still need to be changed. So, ' Timesheet Select' is a bound control and not being updated.

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Celestron’s aplanatic Edge HD optics revolutionized astroimaging.

This innovative software solves the time-consuming problem of trying to pinpoint the North Celestial Pole.

One of the most important factors in a telescope is its transmission—the percentage of light that reaches the focal plane.

Just point the telescope at any three bright objects—stars, bright planets, or even the Moon—and your telescope can orient itself with the night sky.

Celestron’s patented Star Sense Technology makes it easier than ever to locate objects in the night sky, even if you’ve never used a telescope before.Since they are mounted in a standard 1.25” cell, these filters can be used with a wide variety of cameras, including the Celestron Skyris and The Imaging Source astronomy cameras.