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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #101917

For Sale: Complete ST-237 [w/CFW5C & FR-237 E-Finder SOLD]

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Sold the CFW5C and FR-237, so I am going to relist the camera separately for $900 shipped.

Need to make a house payment, so my hobby gets to pay the price. I am selling a complete ST-237 setup for $1350 which includes shipping. New this would cost about $1900 plus shipping and tax, so this is a good deal and you won't have to spend months chasing the pieces on Astromart like I did. I am the second owner on all of this, but everything is in great shape and works well. The case holds everything and I will also include the floppies and manual for CCDSoft that came with the camera. The Camera is less than a year old, but is the 12-bit version (not the 237A). Otherwise identical with the current model. The filter wheel is in great shape and is also the newer version that has IR blocking. The E-finder can be used as a guide scope and is a great 3.3 focal reducer for any scope.

SBIG ST-237 CCD Camera w/CCDSoft ($1,295.00 new)
SBIG CFW5C w/IR blocking filters ($399.00 new)
SBIG FR-237 and E-Finder Assembly ($159.00 new)
Aluminum Case with Foam insert ($50.00 new)
12V DC Cord with lighter plug ($20.00 new)

Complete Setup for $1350 including shipping!

If you are looking for a complete setup, I am selling my awesome C-8 setup, as well. I could work a little extra on a deal for both the CCD and the scope. Email me with any questions.


Paul McCarl

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