- Caleidocosmo in Brazil is our latest reseller!
Good news for our customers in south amerika: Caleidocosmo, based in Sao Paulo (Brazil) is our latest reseller
- ASTRONOMIK at the NEAF 2013
We will show our filters at NEAF 2013 held in Suffern, NY (USA) in April.
- ASTRONOMIK at the European AstroFest 2013
ASTRONOMIK will take part at the European AstroFest 2013 held at 8th and 9th of february at Kesington Conference Center in London.
- New worldwide shipping rates
Worldwide shipping for only EUR 9,90
- Astronomik at the Ciel et Espace in Paris
At the "les Rencontres du Ciel et de l’Espace" held in Paris from the 1.-3. November ASTRONOMIK will be represented.
- Canon recommends Astronomik!
Canon DSLRs are used worldwide for astronomical imaging. And Canon recommends Astronomik filters to get the best results!
- ATT 2012
The ATT will open it´s doors at the 5th of may in Essen. We will be present with a small booth.
- ASTRONOMIK at the European AstroFest 2012
ASTRONOMIK will take part at the European AstroFest 2012 held at 10th and 11th of february in London
- Astronomik.com fresh and new
Astronomik.com has a new foundation. One of the new features is a complete webshop for all of our filters.
- An APOD for Michael Sidonio, taken with Astronomik Filters
Michael Sidonios amazing image of the Seagull nebula was selected as the NASA Astronomy Picture of the day (APOD) for the 12th january 2011.
Welcome! to Astronomik's online home to Astronomers World Wide!
Welcome at the manufacturer of the best astronomical filters made on planet earth!
Celebrate our 10th anniversary with us!
Do you remember the year 2000?
In Hannover, Germany, the EXPO is opened. In Sydney, Australia, the Olympic Games are held. The Y2K bug is not as dramatic as expected, but the ''I-love-you'' virus keeps Windows users busy. The first residents head towards the ISS, while Iridium files for bankruptcy.
Michael Schumacher wins the Formula One World Championships with Ferrari and in a water tower in Hamburg Eric Vesting and Gerd Neumann think about a way to produce good and affordable filters for astronomy.
The filters that are available on the market at this time are either extremely expensive or grottenschlecht. The first result is a small series of UHC and RGB filters. The garage project grew within a few years to a brand that is appreciated and used worldwide not only by stargazers but also by professional astronomers. From beginners to institutions such as ESO and NASA are the filters in use and set new standards in the observation and photography. Our customers appreciate our uncompromising pursuit and dedication to never-ending improvement to meet and surpass the highest quality standards - Astronomik Filter are "Made in Germany"- and wide range of finely tuned filters to meet nearly all needs.
We are now able to guarantee each filter for 10 years!
Click around ourweb site and get acquainted with our products. If you have questions or are dreaming of a product for your application, drop us an eMail. Here at Astronomik our precision German engineering and manufacturing have won us a worldwide reputation of renown and celebrity; our innovation of the EOS Clip-filtery system has won us the S&T Hot Product 2009 award.
Share our pride as you use and talk about your results with your own collection of Astronomik filters and products.
We´re 100% shure that you will be happy with your Astronomik filter!