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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #173151

For Sale: Meade Electronic Eyepiece ***SOLD***

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Thanks Robert!

Meade Electronic Eyepiece new in original box and packing, with all accessories (original RCA cable and instruction sheet). In the January issue of Sky & Telescope, this item was listed as one of the 22 Hot Products of 2003.

I have used it only once to test it. I just don't need it, I received a different CCD camera as a gift.

It's a great accessory to have for a public observing session, or any instance where you might be showing the sky to several people.

* Imaging Sensor - CMOS Monochrome
* Total Number of Pixels - Over 76,800
* Image Size - 320x240 Pixels
* Video Output - NTSC
* Image Control - Continuously Variable Contrast Control
* Eyepiece Holder - 1.25" or 0.965"
* Battery (User Supplied) - One 9-volt

* Telescope with either 1.25" or 0.965" focuser
* 9-volt Battery
* Television with Video-In Port
* Camcorder with Video-In Port

Please note: Because of it's limited light sensitivity, this is NOT a CCD you want to use for any kind of deep-sky object viewing or photography. It also works best with a tracking telescope.

These list for $120.00 retail, I'm asking $70.00 which includes UPS ground shipping and insurance to anywhere in the continental US. I prefer cashier’s check or money order, but will take PayPal for $3.00 more. Feel free to ask any questions, I’ll try to answer quickly.



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