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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #94068

For Sale: Just say 'Dubya' sent you for a Series III 'Stiletto' Focuser

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On President George W.'s urging to reinvigorate the economy, we all
have been encouraged to go out and spend some money - preferably
on something useful to help the cause.

This was just the particular excuse I was looking for to justify buying
an astro accessory I had been needing for some time (and an ironclad
argument my wife really couldn't refute). So, if you've been having
difficulty getting a pinpoint star image quickly on film or CCD, now
is the right time to give some serious thought to solving that
problem with a Series III 'Stiletto' focuser.

The Series III astrofocuser is the easiest and most precise way to
focus 35mm or CCD cameras. Using high-resolution ronchi gratings,
the Series III results in perfect focus in only seconds. No
modifications to your own camera are necessary since an easy
swap-in, swap-out technique is employed. We have a Series III that
matches your camera too - and guaranteed to work or your money back.
It's still only $179.

Visit our website or call for more information about the Series III
today. Just say Dubya sent you...

Clear Skies!
Richard

 

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