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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #185673

For Sale: Don't Get Sand Kicked in Your Face at the Star Party !

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It's that time of year again, and star party organizers predictably
came out of their winter burrows on Groundhog Day to kick things off.

Star parties can be a lot of fun, but demoralizing as all getout too. The problem is that there is always at least one astrobully who takes the photo you're so proud of and holds his pocket magnifying glass up to it: "You've got a blob here, a blur there, an airplane tailight, and you really should chew a breathe mint once in a while." ( I actually popped one of these guys once for hitting on my wife, but that's another story.)

So, if you don't want sand kicked in your face at the next star party
by some stellar geek who doesn't have a life, you should know that
there is one full-proof way to add 3 lbs of solid focusing muscle to your arsenal before you load the trunk: take a Series IV 'Stiletto' focuser with you.

The Series IV 'Stiletto' is simply the fastest, easiest, and most precise way to achieve perfect focus for your 35mm or CCD camera. And that's not just hyperbole. We back up Series IV performance with a money-back guarantee. Using an easy-to-use knife-edge focusing technique with high resolution ronchi gratings, the Series IV has proven itself time and time again with all types of camera/scope combinations.

Visit our website gallery today to see what kind of astrophotos you can expect to get too.

(And take along your own magnifying glass to hand to that jerk when you see him coming.)

Clear Skies!
Richard
 

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