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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #81404

For Sale: SBIG 237 Owners - Focus Better, Focus Faster with a 'Stiletto'

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If you are using an SBIG or Pixcel 237 CCD camera and are tired of just wasting time in the dark instead of taking pictures, the Series III 'Stiletto' focuser will solve your focusing problems once
and for all.

Here are what two of your colleagues had to say about the Series III

"Thank you! This thing was a joy to work with and the images
were tack sharp! I have included 2 shots of M13, one using MaxIm
to judge best focus, and one using the Stiletto. The skies when I
used the Stiletto were far worse regarding light polution and seeing
than the ones taken with MaxIm. There is an obvious difference!!!
Feel free to use the shots to demonstrate that even a rank amateur
can get it right with the Stiletto!" -Tom Picciani

"I can't imagine why anyone would want to dink around
all night punching a motorized focus button to bring things
into focus with software when it can be done in seconds with
the Stiletto." -DocZ (Jerry Ziterkopf)

And, if you are using any other camera brand or model, you can bet a Series III is available for it also! Check out our website for all of the details, and take advantage of our special introductory offer while you're there.

Clear Skies!

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