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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #105008

For Sale: S.B.I.G., NIKON, STARLIGHT, OLYMPUS users: Get that Astro Emmy yet?

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First - all of the above are very fine camera systems hands down!
While others can debate digital vs. film until they're blue, the
truth is that with the right skills, photos in either format
can be worthy of an Astro Emmy.

Second - regardless of cost- all of these camera systems plain suck
with respect to ease of focusing. This is where the Series III
'Stiletto' focuser can help maximize the return on your investment
and time.

With precison ronchi gratings, the Series III puts you in pinpoint
focus in only seconds with no second guessing as to what you are
going to capture on film or CCD. If you are tired of endless screen
shots before taking a picture with your CCD, or have finally discovered
that brightscreens, magnifiers, and parfocal eyepieces don't do the
trick focusing your 35mm camera, take a look at the Series III today.

Series III 'Stilettos' are available for all Nikon, Olympus, Minolta,
Canon, and Pentax 35mm cameras, as well as for CCD cameras manufactured
by S.B.I.G., Meade, Starlight XPress, and others.

It's still only $179 (but not for much longer) and comes with our
unconditional 30-day Clear Sky guarantee. Visit our website for all
of the details.

...and don't forget to pick up a new suit to wear at the Astro Emmy
Award Show.


Clear Skies!
Richard
 

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