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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #108547

For Sale: NEW !! Wide-Field Adapters for CCD Cameras NEW!!

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If you have a CCD astrocamera and want to get some great panoramic
shots with your nice 35mm lenses, then the STI Wide-Field Adapter
will put you in business!

STI wide-field adapters allow you to economically interface normal
35mm camera lenses with your CCD camera to do piggyback wide-field
astrophotography work. Unlike other wide-field adapters STI
adapters allow you focus and reach the infinity positionĀ of your
lenses at their infinity mark. In the end, this can result in
faster focusing with fewer screen iterations, and allows you to use
the full focal length capability of your high quality 35mm lenses.

Standard Bayonet Mounts allow you to attach your existing lenses
normally to your CCD camera. No modification of either your lenses
or your CCD are necessary. Standard mounts are available to
accommodate lenses manufactured by Nikon, Olympus, Minolta, Canon,
Pentax, and others. Models for just about all CCD brands, including
SBIG, Meade, and Starlight XPress are available.

Hop on over to our website for all of the details and take advantage
of our introductory offer.

Clear Skies!
Richard
 

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