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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #169970

For Sale: Feeling Like the @#$% Raiders in the Super Bowl ???

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You have one of the greatest line-ups in the game, tons of experience,
an uncanny urge to win, and a game plan that can't go wrong:
and then you find that you keep dropping the ball and can't score!
The moral is that it's not enough to know what you're doing - you
need the right equipment and a bit of luck.

Astrophotography can be just as much of a challenge. And if you
are relatively luckless like me (I did win a sweat shirt in a church
raffle once), you need to count on the right equipment to overcome
the 99 obstacles to taking a decent photo.

The Series IV 'Stiletto' focuser for 35mm and CCD cameras is
guaranteed to bring that number down to 98 overnight! It truly is
the most precise, easiest, and fastest way to focus an astrocamera.
And models are available for all camera brands.

Visit our website for the technical details on the Series IV
and check out our new Black Chrome high-resolution screen technology
while you're there. Unlike the Super Bowl, focusing properly doesn't
need to depend on plain luck and skill any longer.

(I don't tell many people this, but I really am a Bears fan...)

Clear Skies!
Richard
 

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