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The new Nikon-family and EOS DSLRs are just great! The new Canon
digital Rebel simply blows your socks off. On the downside, all
these great models also basically suck at focusing on stars! (You weren't really surprised, were you?) What you save on film, you waste on stacking bloated images or reiterating your laptop to death. So, if you want to call yourself a professional digital freeloader, you'd better listen up:

Right now if you hurry, you get a FREE LIGHTPEN with any Series IV 'Stiletto' model, including those for your DSLR.

Here's what Rick and Klaus had to say about theirs:

"Recently I enjoyed a wonderful night of imaging at 10,000 feet. However, I was dismayed after the computer download at my random focusing. I think that aging has made my accomodation an iffy judge of focus when using the camera LCD screen. After reading some of the recent posts on the subject I ordered and received earlier this week one of STI's 'Stiletto' Focusers for the Canon 10D. I find the focuser really easy to use. For me, I like the simplicity of the laptop- free experience. The Stiletto certainly works out of the box without hassle." - RickMeinig

"It's a great little unit, and I believe a much under-rated option for perfectly focusing any SLR (and CCD cameras/autoguiders). The Stellar Technologies focuser is much easier to use and gets the right results. It definitely works for me!" - Klaus

So, if you have a Nikon, FujiFilm, Olympus, Kodak, or Canon EOS 35mm digital camera, a Series IV model will put you in pinpoint focus in under 20 seconds. No laptop needed! Since it attaches the same way your camera does now, no fancy attachments are necessary either.

Visit our website today to read about the Series IV for Digital SLRs
and just drop us a line if you have any questions at all. Most of all, be proud to call yourself a freeloader...just think of how much we're saving on film!

Clear Skies!


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