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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #151995

For Sale: For Sale: Collins Electro Optics I3 Starlite amplifier (Night Vision)

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I have a rarely used (now 7 times) Collins Electro Optics I3 NV Tube
eyepiece that I would like to sell. This is a pretty neat gadget.

Basically it's a "Generation III" starlight intensifier with high
quality optics. You use it instead of your old eyepiece and
suddenly your scope is more sensitive to the infra-red. It also
amplifies the light by approxiametly 50,000 times.


From the manufactuer's website:
The visual I 3 PIECE is the only product available to the amateur
astronomer that provides an intensified ‘real time’
image of deep sky objects. This is made possible by combining
ITT NIGHT VISION generation 3 image intensifier
technology with advanced patented optics from Tele Vue.

It is a I3VATA with:
the integral battery pack,
15 mm lense
Nikon 900 series adapter
battery

Custom visual adapter (machined by the owner) at no extra...
Perfect for telescopes or for using on your camera at night.
$1800.00, or best offer. This is about 70% of new list, which
is a pretty good bargain.

You can check out Collins Electro Optics website for more details.

Prefer cashiers check / money order or PayPal.
Free shipping CONUS via USPS or UPS
 

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