I was destined to be a Cub fan when I was only an egg. At least that's what my father told me right before he passed away. It seems that after the Cubs' World Series appearance in 1945, there was a little glimmer of optimism in Dad's eye, and the glimmer turned into a gleam, and by some biological quirk, turned into me 9 months later. I don't want to complain about being a sports side-effect, but I'm sure in retrospect that Pop had no idea what he had perpetuated at the time. Thinking as a 'loveable loser' all these years has had it's advantages, however. For one thing, it taught me to never give up trying since winning is built into the system as well as losing, and there's always that one faint chance...
So, when you first use a Series IV 'Stiletto' focuser, keep in mind that it was based on hope and science, and took years to develop it into a winner for astrophotographers. Today, the Series IV will easily put any 35mm, DSLR, or CCD camera in perfect focus in only seconds. Plus, it's 'Clear-Skied" guaranteed to perform for you in the field or you get your money back. (You receive an automatic 30-day rain check to try it out on your own equipment.) Plus, it's a switch-hitter - you can go from 35mm to CCD or even Medium Format focusing on the fly!
If you have been a loveable loser most of these years producing blobs and blurs instead of pinpoint star images, there's no better time than now to get some winning astrophotos. Visit our website today to check out the batting averages of other Series IV players to see what they've accomplished. You'll see there's no reason to keep sitting on the bench.
There definitely is a new attitude in town .
Clear Skies & GO CUBS (2005) !!