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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Misc & Other Astronomy > Classified #284109

For Sale: Taurus Tracker III - Thanks Joe [SOLD]

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Taurus Tracker III in excellent condition. Original owner. Includes the following:
T3B - Body
T3V - Viewport w/ precision focuser
T3G - Guide port w/ precision focuser
P1 - Port extension
P2 - Port extension
ATS - Telescope port adapter for SCT telescope - Short body
ACR - Camera port adapter - T thread short body for SLR camera
ACC - Camera port adapter - T thread long body for SLR camera
AC1 - Camera port adapter - 1.25" ID long body for use with CCD camera
User manual

Camera port adapters will accept focal reducer and 48mm filters if desired. Unit is very reliable, sturdy and lightweight. Guide mirror is fully adjustable to optimize pick-off for your scope. View port is very handy when using CCD camera to find, center and focus object first, then slide mirror out of light path to allow imaging, simplfying the process. Nylon thumbscrews allow complete rotation of guider useful for finding guidestars and composing image. Detailed instruction manual covers all aspects of usage and adjustments. Many more accessories are available from Taurus-Tech. Purchased for > $400. Will sell for $225, buyer pays shipping. Thanks for looking.
 

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