The Best Solar Filters For Binoculars of 2021 – Reviewed and Top Rated

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Rank No. #1
Rainbow Symphony Solar Filter 70mm Black Polymer
  • Can be used on telescopes, binoculars, cameras and finder scopes
  • Features a stronger and durable film
  • Provides a more pleasing and natural yellow-orange image of the sun
  • Color also offers more contrast and clarity than other solar films
Rank No. #2
Thousand Oaks Optical 4"x4" Solar Filter Sheet for Telescopes, Binoculars and Cameras
  • Make a filter on your own for any telescope / binoculars / camera, and for a fraction of what factory made filters cost.
  • The sun will appear in a natural orange color when viewed through your telescope using this filter.
  • WARNING: ALWAYS MAKE SURE THE FILTER IS WELL ATTACHED TO THE TELESCOPE/BINOCULARS, USING STICKY TAPE, TO KEEP IT FROM FALLING WHILE OBSERVING!
  • Silver - black polymer is the most common filtering material for observing sunspots and granulation, through telescopes and binoculars.
  • These sheets are a quality product of Thousand Oaks Optical, Arizona, a manufacturer of safe solar filters for over 30 years. "Stronger than Mylar with the filtering properties protected within the substrate. Guaranteed five years."
Rank No. #3
Celestron 71238 EclipSmart 10x42 Solar Binoculars, Black
  • Dual lens non-removable glass solar filters fully meet ISO12312-2 - Safe viewing of the sun when used in accordance with the included instructions
  • The generous field of view allows users the ability to easily locate the solar disk and view the entire disk while observing
  • Observe the natural details of the Sun with the natural image colour presentation
  • Durable and rugged for protection during use and storage provided by the rubber armoured aluminium body
Rank No. #4
Threaded Black Polymer Solar Filter for Cameras, 77mm
  • 77mm threaded black polymer solar filter for cameras. Part #77T. CE & ISO approved.
  • This filter should fit cameras with the same lens diameter.
  • Black polymer is the most common filtering material for observing sunspots and granulation, through telescopes and cameras. The sun will appear in a natural orange color when viewed through your telescope using this filter.
  • This is a high quality product of Thousand Oaks Optical, Arizona. A manufacturer of safe solar filters for over 30 years. Words of the producer: "Stronger than Mylar with the filtering properties protected within the substrate. Guaranteed five years."
  • WARNING: ALWAYS MAKE SURE THE FILTER IS WELL ATTACHED TO THE TELESCOPE/BINOCULARS/CAMERA. IN CASE NECESSARY, USE STICKY TAPE TO SECURE IT. NEVER OBSERVE SUN WITHOUT A PROPERLY ATTACHED FILTER!
Rank No. #5
Orion Scenix 10x50 Binocular Solar Kit
  • Use this solar filter set and binocular combo to safely explore the Sun
  • Included 10x50 Scenix Binocular provides 10-power magnification with a wide 7-degree field of view
  • Attach the included E-Series Solar Filters to the 10x50 binocular to view the Sun safely
  • Remove the E-Series Solar Filters for great views of wildlife, scenery, and starry skies
  • CAUTION: Never look directly at the Sun, even for an instant, through binoculars without solar filters installed that completely cover the front lenses
Rank No. #6
Threaded Black Polymer Solar Filter for Cameras, 52mm
  • 52mm threaded black polymer solar filter for cameras. Part #52T. CE & ISO approved.
  • This filter should fit cameras with the same lens diameter.
  • Black polymer is the most common filtering material for observing sunspots and granulation, through telescopes and cameras. The sun will appear in a natural orange color when viewed through your telescope using this filter.
  • This is a high quality product of Thousand Oaks Optical, Arizona. A manufacturer of safe solar filters for over 30 years. Words of the producer: "Stronger than Mylar with the filtering properties protected within the substrate. Guaranteed five years."
  • WARNING: ALWAYS MAKE SURE THE FILTER IS WELL ATTACHED TO THE TELESCOPE/BINOCULARS/CAMERA. IN CASE NECESSARY, USE STICKY TAPE TO SECURE IT. NEVER OBSERVE SUN WITHOUT A PROPERLY ATTACHED FILTER!
Rank No. #7
Binocular Glass Solar Filter ST225GP fits Optical Devices 1 7/8” (48mm)  to  2 1/8” (54mm)
  • All Spectrum Telescope products meet the ISO 12312-2 requirements.
  • Filters are packed in a foam lined storage box along with instructions for use and care.
  • Sturdy aircraft aluminum cell that fits binoculars equal to or between 1 7/8” (48mm)  to  2 1/8” (54mm)
  • Secured with nylon thumb screws and felt tabs for added protection.
  • We have experience in manufacturing safe solar filters for over a two decades.
Rank No. #8
Threaded Black Polymer Solar Filter for Cameras, 62mm
  • 62mm threaded black polymer solar filter for cameras. Part #62T. CE & ISO approved.
  • This filter should fit cameras with the same lens diameter.
  • Black polymer is the most common filtering material for observing sunspots and granulation, through telescopes and cameras. The sun will appear in a natural orange color when viewed through your telescope using this filter.
  • This is a high quality product of Thousand Oaks Optical, Arizona. A manufacturer of safe solar filters for over 30 years. Words of the producer: "Stronger than Mylar with the filtering properties protected within the substrate. Guaranteed five years."
  • WARNING: ALWAYS MAKE SURE THE FILTER IS WELL ATTACHED TO THE TELESCOPE/BINOCULARS/CAMERA. IN CASE NECESSARY, USE STICKY TAPE TO SECURE IT. NEVER OBSERVE SUN WITHOUT A PROPERLY ATTACHED FILTER!
Rank No. #9
Solar Filter 2.50'' (ST250G) Glass Solar Filter Fits: View Finders, Cameras, Small Refractors, Spotting Scopes, and Binoculars; Celestron 9X50 Finder; Williams Optics 7 X 50 Finders
  • Fits: View Finders, Cameras, Small Refractors, Spotting Scopes, and Binoculars; Celestron 9X50 finder; Williams Optics 7 X 50 finders
  • Your O.D. Measurement: 2” (51mm) to 2 ¼” (57mm)
  • Sun photography, Solar Filter, Solar event, Sun pictures, See the sun with your own eyes,
  • Sun viewing, Teaching tool, View the sun with your own eyes.
  • See sun spots, solar eclipses, Eclipse viewing
Rank No. #10
BP82-T - Threaded Black Polymer Solar Filter for Camera
  • Dimensions: Diameter 82mm - Fits cameras with same lens diameter
  • Black polymer is the most common filtering material for observing sunspots and granulation through telescopes and binoculars
  • Solar image is yellow-orange; Made in USA
  • Mounted with universal camera threads for most SLR cameras, and video cameras.
Rank No. #11
Threaded Black Polymer Solar Filter for Cameras, 49mm, SolarLite, Part #49T.
  • 49mm threaded black polymer solar filter for cameras. Part #49T. CE & ISO approved.
  • This filter should fit cameras with the same lens diameter.
  • Black polymer is the most common filtering material for observing sunspots and granulation, through telescopes and cameras. The sun will appear in a natural orange color when viewed through your telescope using this filter.
  • This is a high quality product of Thousand Oaks Optical, Arizona. A manufacturer of safe solar filters for over 30 years. Words of the producer: "Stronger than Mylar with the filtering properties protected within the substrate. Guaranteed five years."
  • WARNING: ALWAYS MAKE SURE THE FILTER IS WELL ATTACHED TO THE TELESCOPE/BINOCULARS/CAMERA. IN CASE NECESSARY, USE STICKY TAPE TO SECURE IT. NEVER OBSERVE SUN WITHOUT A PROPERLY ATTACHED FILTER!
Rank No. #12
Threaded Black Polymer Solar Filter for Cameras, 46mm
  • 46mm threaded black polymer solar filter for cameras. Part #46T. CE & ISO approved.
  • This filter should fit cameras with the same lens diameter.
  • Black polymer is the most common filtering material for observing sunspots and granulation, through telescopes and cameras. The sun will appear in a natural orange color when viewed through your telescope using this filter.
  • This is a high quality product of Thousand Oaks Optical, Arizona. A manufacturer of safe solar filters for over 30 years. Words of the producer: "Stronger than Mylar with the filtering properties protected within the substrate. Guaranteed five years."
  • WARNING: ALWAYS MAKE SURE THE FILTER IS WELL ATTACHED TO THE TELESCOPE/BINOCULARS/CAMERA. IN CASE NECESSARY, USE STICKY TAPE TO SECURE IT. NEVER OBSERVE SUN WITHOUT A PROPERLY ATTACHED FILTER!
Rank No. #13
Solar Filter - Unversal Lens Filter 70mm - White Light for camera
  • SAFE Solar Filter for 70-80mm aperture camera lenses
  • Perfect for viewing the August 21 Total Solar Eclipse
  • White Light (yellow tint) filter made from SolarLite film
Rank No. #14
Threaded Black Polymer Solar Filter for Cameras, 55mm, SolarLite, Part #55T.
  • 55mm threaded black polymer solar filter for cameras. Part #55T. CE & ISO approved.
  • This filter should fit cameras with the same lens diameter.
  • Black polymer is the most common filtering material for observing sunspots and granulation, through telescopes and cameras. The sun will appear in a natural orange color when viewed through your telescope using this filter.
  • This is a high quality product of Thousand Oaks Optical, Arizona. A manufacturer of safe solar filters for over 30 years. Words of the producer: "Stronger than Mylar with the filtering properties protected within the substrate. Guaranteed five years."
  • WARNING: ALWAYS MAKE SURE THE FILTER IS WELL ATTACHED TO THE TELESCOPE/BINOCULARS/CAMERA. IN CASE NECESSARY, USE STICKY TAPE TO SECURE IT. NEVER OBSERVE SUN WITHOUT A PROPERLY ATTACHED FILTER!
SaleRank No. #15
Observing the Sun with Coronado™ Telescopes (The Patrick Moore Practical Astronomy Series)
  • Springer
  • Pugh, Philip (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 347 Pages - 11/07/2007 (Publication Date) - Springer (Publisher)
Rank No. #16
Night Skies of Botswana: Includes local star lore
  • Amazon Kindle Edition
  • O’Meara, Stephen James (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 184 Pages - 04/01/2020 (Publication Date) - Struik Nature (Publisher)
Rank No. #17
SolarLite Filter for Telescope, fits Orion ED 80/100, StarMax, Apex 102, AstroView 100, Skyview Pro 100
  • 120mm\4.75" SolarLite Filter for 101mm\4.00" instruments. This filter should fit the following models: Orion ED 80/100, StarMax , Apex 102, AstroView 100, SkyView Pro 100 and instruments of similar outer diameter. Part # S4750.
  • Please read carefully: 120mm\4.75" is the diameter of the filter. The filter fits like a cap by friction. To be absolutely sure that the filter will fit, please measure the outer diameter of your instrument and make sure that it is not larger.
  • SolarLite filters have the optical quality of the glass with the advantages of impregnated polymer (Thousand Oaks Optical Black Polymer). The sun will appear in a natural yellow-orange color when viewed through your telescope using this filter.
  • This is a high quality product of Thousand Oaks Optical (Arizona), a manufacturer of safe solar filters for over 30 years. Words of the producer: "stronger than any other solar film on the market. Guaranteed 15 years."
  • WARNING: ALWAYS MAKE SURE THE FILTER IS WELL ATTACHED TO THE TELESCOPE/BINOCULARS/CAMERA. IN CASE NECESSARY, USE STICKY TAPE TO SECURE IT. NEVER OBSERVE SUN WITHOUT A PROPERLY ATTACHED FILTER!
Rank No. #18
SolarLite Solar Filter for Telescope, fits Celestron and Meade 8" Schmidt Cassegrain
  • 236mm9.312" SolarLite Filter for 203mm8.00" instruments. This filter should fit the following models: Celestron and Meade 8" Schmidt Cassegrain and instruments of similar outer diameter. (Will not fit the Meade Light Switch 8" S/C due to the OTA arm). Part number S9187.
  • Please read carefully: 236mm9.312" is the diameter of the filter. The filter fits like a cap by friction. To be absolutely sure that the filter will fit, please measure the outer diameter of your instrument and make sure that it is not larger.
  • SolarLite filters have the optical quality of the glass with the advantages of impregnated polymer (Thousand Oaks Optical Black Polymer). The sun will appear in a natural yellow-orange color when viewed through your telescope using this filter.
  • This is a high quality product of Thousand Oaks Optical (Arizona), a manufacturer of safe solar filters for over 30 years. Words of the producer: "Stronger than any other solar film on the market. Safe for 15 years."
  • WARNING: ALWAYS MAKE SURE THE FILTER IS WELL ATTACHED TO THE TELESCOPE/BINOCULARS/CAMERA. IN CASE NECESSARY, USE STICKY TAPE TO SECURE IT. NEVER OBSERVE SUN WITHOUT A PROPERLY ATTACHED FILTER.
Rank No. #19
SolarLite Filter for Telescope, fits DS-90, TV-85, Tak FS-78, Sky 90, Vixen 4, GP-102, Orion Sht. Tube 90, Transporter 70
  • 114mm.50" SolarLite Filter for 101mm.00" instruments. This filter should fit the following models: DS-90, TV-85, Tak FS-78, SKY 90, Vixen 4, GP-102, Orion Sht. Tube 90, Transporter 70 and instruments of similar outer diameter. Part # S4500.
  • Please read carefully: 114mm.50" is the diameter of the filter. The filter fits like a cap by friction. To be absolutely sure that the filter will fit, please measure the outer diameter of your instrument and make sure that it is not larger.
  • SolarLite filters have the optical quality of the glass with the advantages of impregnated polymer (Thousand Oaks Optical Black Polymer). The sun will appear in a natural yellow-orange color when viewed through your telescope using this filter.
  • This is a high quality product of Thousand Oaks Optical (Arizona), a manufacturer of safe solar filters for over 30 years. Words of the producer: stronger than any other solar film on the market. Guaranteed 15 years.
  • WARNING: ALWAYS MAKE SURE THE FILTER IS WELL ATTACHED TO THE TELESCOPE/BINOCULARS/CAMERA. IN CASE NECESSARY, USE STICKY TAPE TO SECURE IT. NEVER OBSERVE SUN WITHOUT A PROPERLY ATTACHED FILTER!
Rank No. #20
SolarLite Filter for Telescope, fits ETX90, C-90, Questar 3.5, Wm. Optics ZS80II ED, Orion OBS. 70 & Astroview 90, Orion Explorer 90
  • 108mm.25" SolarLite Filter for 90mm.50" instruments. This filter should fit the following models: C-90, ETX 90, Questar 3.5, Wm. Optics ZS80II ED, Orion Obs. 70 & Astroview 90, Exployer 90 and instruments of similar outer diameter. Part # S4250.
  • Please read carefully: 108mm.25" is the diameter of the filter. The filter fits like a cap by friction. To be absolutely sure that the filter will fit, please measure the outer diameter of your instrument and make sure that it is not larger.
  • SolarLite filters have the optical quality of the glass with the advantages of impregnated polymer (Thousand Oaks Optical Black Polymer). The sun will appear in a natural yellow-orange color when viewed through your telescope using this filter.
  • This is a high quality product of Thousand Oaks Optical (Arizona), a manufacturer of safe solar filters for over 30 years. Words of the producer: "stronger than any other solar film on the market. Guaranteed 15 years."
  • WARNING: ALWAYS MAKE SURE THE FILTER IS WELL ATTACHED TO THE TELESCOPE/BINOCULARS/CAMERA. IN CASE NECESSARY, USE STICKY TAPE TO SECURE IT. NEVER OBSERVE SUN WITHOUT A PROPERLY ATTACHED FILTER!

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