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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #206101

For Sale: SBIG ST-4 & MEADE 201 AUTOGUIDER FOCUSERS: Big IFS ?

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It's all about time... and saving it.

It is no secret that the Meade 201XT autoguider is a great and
economical autoguider IF it can be focused properly. That is
a very big IF IF you are depending on taking potshot guesses simply
reading the output numbers. The STI-201 Autoguider Focuser takes
away all the IFS and replaces it with a WHY-didn't-I-get-one-of-these-gadgets-sooner!

Both the STI-201 and her sister,the STI-4, for the SBIG ST-4 autoguider are really easy to use and will put your autoguider into perfect focus in only seconds. You simply plop it in the drawtube on your guidescope, focus until the ronchi screen is bar-free, and replace it with your autoguider. No more need to keep trying to maximize that flaky red digital number that seems to change on its own!

The really good news? It's inexpensive ($75),easy to use (pro-moronic), and comes with our 30-day Clear Sky Guarantee! And IF you think an STV is the easy solution, keep in mind that we sell Series IV focusers for it due to popular request!

No IFs, ANDs, or BUTs about it: Visit the STI website today for all
the techinfo about these and our other fine focusing aids.

Clear Skies!
Richard
 

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