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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #103649

For Sale: Freezing your toes off for nothing?? Get a Series III Focuser !

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While it's relatively balmy here in South Texas (82 today), I can still empathize with all of you located in darker climates. My own
adventure freezing at the telescope came when I was still young
in the Midwest. And so, I am here to tell you to either relocate,
or get a Series III 'Stiletto' focuser to make your photo sessions
more worthwhile and shorter.

If you've been having difficulty getting a pinpoint star image
quickly on film or CCD, now is the right time to give some serious
thought to solving that problem with a Series III.

The Series III astrofocuser is the easiest and most precise way to
focus 35mm or CCD cameras. Using high-resolution ronchi gratings,
the Series III results in perfect focus in only seconds. No
modifications to your own camera are necessary since an easy
swap-in, swap-out technique is employed. We have a Series III that
matches your camera too - and guaranteed to work or your money back!

Visit our website or call for more information about the Series III
today. If you're going to freeze, you may as well spend the
time defrosting looking over your sharp astrophotos.

Clear Skies!
Richard
 

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