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Should have very fine 1.25" thread on one side not really visible in photo unless really magnified.
24 Jan 2015 by Lakeman
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Yes you can, if you mean Celestron 70 First Scope. These 1.25mm dia. filters screw into the bottom of any of your 1.25mm eyepieces. So you can use it for visual work to reduce light pollution (albeit slightly) The First Scope actually has a screw thread at the end of the focussing tube (before the diagonal) that can be used to take a DSLR T adaptor. So you can use a DSLR to a limited extent. Please remember that the First Scope is only for limited casual astronomy. Very good for terrestrial. Birds - landscapes - plant - flowers - wildlife....it is very useful. Hope this helps
12 Jan 2015 by roger of heaton
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If it takes 1.25" eyepieces, yes. It screws into the threaded end of the eyepiece.
16 Jul 2014 by Mr A. Ledger
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