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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #107727

For Sale: Nikon & OM Precision Focusers for Astrophotography

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The new Series III 'Stiletto' focuser was made to use with your
Nikon F or Olympus OM 35mm camera!

If you're still not getting those pinpoint star images on film,
you should know by now that Vari-mags, Brightscreens, and smokestack
magnifiers really don't do the trick. The problem is not with these
devices, but rather with your own eye which continually and
automatically compensates for out of focus images. This is great for
normal viewing, but catastrophic for focusing a camera.

The Series III 'Stiletto' focuser takes your eyeball out of the
focusing equation altogether using easy knife-edge focusing
techniques. Precision ronchi gratings are guaranteed to put you
in perfect focus in only seconds.

Plus, the Series III uses a completely modular approach. This gives
you the flexibility to use it with 35mm, CCD, or medium format cameras.
Series III modular mounts are available that match all fine 35mm and
CCD cameras. As your astrophotography hobby evolves, the Series III
will evolve with you and can be used with your future equipment.

Check out all of the Series III tech details on our website today.
The base price is still $179 complete.

Clear Skies!

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