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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #98094

For Sale: Problems with Cold Turkey?? Get a Series III 'Stiletto' Focuser !!

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Yes, I already managed to wedge a piece of a leftover turkey sandwich
in my dec drive gear last night. (But I have to admit that even
stranger mishaps have occured in the dark during long exposures.)

Although the developed images may show a slight zig-zag pattern
since my autoguider was not calibrated for the presence of a small
piece of bird, I am confident that they will be in focus. And that
is because the Series III 'Stiletto' focuser really does work.

If you're tired of focusing cold turkey with your 35mm or CCD camera,
the Series III is guaranteed to put you in pinpoint focus each and
every time - and in seconds no less! It outperforms every parfocal
eyepiece focusing approach, and even shows better results than using
MaxIm software with CCD cameras or brightscreen magnifiers with
35mm cameras. We have a Series III model specifically calibrated to
match your camera too.

Feel free to visit our website to learn more about our astrophotograhy
products and to see what easy knife-edge focusing can do for you.
Special prices and freebies for the holidays are there to greet
you also.

As for the cold turkey, this is now a problem of the past. I am now
more concerned about the upcoming Christmas ham...

Clear Skies!
Richard

 

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