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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #101992

For Sale: 201XT Autoguider and STI-201 Focusing eyepiece - SOLD

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I am selling a Meade 201XT Autoguider that's about 6 months old. It has operated well and helped me take many film shots (I don't have a scanner, so can't post them) - my LX200 with this (attached to a GEG) posted pinpoint stars. I will ship it with all the original material (12v power cord, manual, camera, autoguiding cable (connecting the 201 to the telescope/mount), parfocal ring, 1.25 inch eyepiece connector, and extender ring (to help make a parfocal eyepiece).

Also, I am selling an STI 201 focusing eyepiece. I'm not sure how people focus the 201XT without something like this - it let me find the exact focus point for my autoguider. Taking photos before getting this was an arduous task - after, there was nearly no setup time. This should be standard equipment with the 201XT.

I am selling because I had enough success with film that I got the bug to go into ccd photography, and have upgraded to a SBIG camera, which I can also use as an autoguider for further film work.

Asking $325 for both items - this includes insured shipping within CONUS. I am flexible on payment, but paypal is preferred and will yield fastest shipment.

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