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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #129174

For Sale: Goodness, Gracious ... Great Balls of Fire !

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Well, it's practically guaranteed that Jerry Lee Lewis wouldn't know
what the heck we were talking about here, but his song is quite
appropriate (even if it's one of those tunes everybody hates, but
whistles anyways).

But Hal Coward and Jim Brownfield sure know! They got some great
photos of Comet Kkeya-Zhang and Comet Linear A2 with the Series III
'Stiletto' focuser and their 35mm cameras. Hal sent the pic in below
just after getting back from the Texas Star Party a couple of weeks
ago. We always receive great pictures from users of the Series III,
and you can see many of them in our Gallery section on our website.

But the Series III 'Stiletto' does just as great focusing on those
not so great balls of fire as well - the faint fuzzies and the
messy Messiers. And that's because it relies on precison ronchi
gratings to focus the image, and not on your variable and fickle
eyesight. Your camera can be in perfect focus in only seconds even
if you're a one-eyed eyeglass wearer.

Models of the Series III 'Stiletto' are available for all major
35mm, CCD, and medium format camera brands. Yours too! Check out
our website for all of the technical details, or just give us a
call.

Even if you don't like JLL's song, you too will blurt out that
'Goodness, Gracious' when you get your pictures back and wonder
how you've got along without a 'Stiletto' all this time!

Clear Skies!
Richard
 

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