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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #177815

For Sale: tra*la* ... HOPPING DOWN THE BUNNY TRAIL ....

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I really can't believe the stores these days. While there are still
chocolate wrappers from Valentine's Day cluttering my floor ( and
even a few bits of Christmas candy stuck behind the desk), they have
the ordacity to begin throwing sponge Easter bunnies at me. Or maybe
this is just plain jealousy on my part. But, why don't we have any
special astronomical holidays to celebrate, or neat telescope
accessories that come in bright pink and blue colors? What's wrong
with a Nagler in fire engine red? Or closing down the schools for a
full moon? And this is why apathy sets in so easily with amateur
astronomers. And this is why we get used to taking cruddy astrophotos
with blobs and blur and think it's okay. It's the norm.

Well, the Series IV 'Stiletto' focuser may not come in fire engine
red (yet), but its black-wrinkle powder coat Harley Davidson finish
does show some signs of breaking some stereotypes. And that's not
all: focusing a 35mm or CCD camera with a Series IV does away with
all those blobs and blurs once and for all. You can be in perfect
focus in only seconds. And, since the Series IV uses precision ronchi
gratings to achieve focus, you can be nearly as blind as a bat and
still know when you get there.

Series IV 'Stiletto' models are available for just about all 35mm,
CCD, and Medium Format cameras.

Visit our website for all of the technical data on the Series IV, and
check out some of the pictures your friends have been able to take
from their backyard with a Series IV. (And do be careful of those
purple sponge bunnies they're pushing because they permanently dye
your tongue and taste like Koolaid without sugar.)

Clear Skies!
Richard
 

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