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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #275722

For Sale: Taurus Tracker III with f/6.5 Focal Reducer [SOLD]

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Taurus Tracker III with f/6.5 Focal Reducer

I have used this handy device for about a year and a half. It is
very rugged and very reliable. Although designed for film I have
used it mostly with a CCD camera. The nylon thumbscrew design allows
independent rotation of guideport (for guidestar acquisition) and
camera (for composition) without losing focus!

Comes with the following (see taurus-tech site for more info):

T3B - Body
T3V - View Port
T3G - Guide Port
P1 - Port Extension
P2 - Port Extension
P3 - Port Extension
ATF2 - SCT Telescope Adapter (two of these, one holds the 6.5 FR)
ACR - Camera Adapter, T threads (typically used for 35mm)
ACC - Camera Adapter, T threads (typically used for CCD)
AC1 - Camera Adapter, 1.25" hole
RLS - f/6.5 Focal reducer, fits inside ATF2
CAL - 4" dial calipers for focus calibration
Complete User's Guide in binder.

The shot of M51 was taken with this and the f/6.5 focal reducer.
I have more samples on my website!

Purchased new this would all cost about $600. I'm only asking
$350.00 + $10 shipped to CONUS only. Paypal prefered,
cashier's check or money order accepted as well.

Frank Barrett
 

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