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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #86214

For Sale: NEW ! Autoguider Focuser for the SBIG ST-4 !!! Special Intro!

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I guess it's all about time. And saving it.

After we introduced the STI-201 autoguider focuser for the Meade
201XT, requests started pouring in for a similar device for the
SBIG ST-4 . I had always thought the ST-4 was fairly easy to focus
compared to the 201XT and really didn't require a special focuser.
So much for assumptions...

Giving in to the numerous requests (literally from around the world),
added to the fact that I need to save a little more money to pay for
an LX-200 12" before they become extinct, the result is the
STI-4 AUTOGUIDER FOCUSER.

This handy device functions identically to our STI-201 unit, but has
been calibrated for the SBIG ST-4. You simply plop it in the 1.25"
focusing tube on your guidescope, focus until the ronchi screen is clear, and stick on your ST-4. Reading all of the above blah-blah took you much longer than it will take to focus with the STI-4.

The really good news? It's inexpensive ($59 Special Intro),
easy to use (pro-moronic), and comes with our 30-day Clear
Sky Guarantee!

Visit our website for more information today or write for details.

Clear Skies!
Richard
 

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