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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #159492

For Sale: Got 'dem Low-down Bad Luck Blurry Blues too ???

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Blaming your lousy photos on bad luck?? Well, that could be it - or
slopping guiding, poor polar alignment, terrible film and exposure
times, sub-par equipment, or 98 other valid reasons.

But the utter truth is that most pictures do not come out right because the images are not in true focus from the beginning! Your eye may tell you the focus is fine, but the fact is that your eye automatically compensates for images out of focus, and those through your viewfinder are no exception. The result is unadulterated blurry and bloated star images that have wasted your time, money, talent, and - most importantly - your fun.

The Series IV 'Stiletto' focuser for 35mm and CCD cameras takes
your eyeball out of the focusing equation altogether, providing you
with an easy-to-see focusing pattern on a precision ronchi grating.
Even if you are an eyeglass wearer or near blind, the Series IV
makes focusing simple, fast, and precise. And, you have our 30-day
Clear Sky performance guarantee to prove this is true for yourself!

The Series IV is available for all 35mm manual camera brands,
and all makes and models of CCD cameras. We have one for you too.

So, don't you think it's about time to get rid of those low-down bad luck blurry blues with a 'Stiletto'?

Clear Skies!
Richard
 

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