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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #113497

For Sale: ScopeTronix EZ-Pix-SOLD

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Digital camera adapter (brand new, in box).If your camera is not supported by the Digi-T system (or if you use several different cameras) the EZ-Pix is a universal solution that fits virtually any digital camera. If you've tried hand holding your camera to the eyepiece you know just how difficult this can be. Holding a camera steady in 5 different axes as you follow a tracking scope is an exercise in frustration! In addition just pushing the shutter button is usually enough movement to mess up the picture. If your digital camera has an LCD screen that can be used as a viewfinder and a tripod mounting hole this adapter will work with it. By watching the view screen and using the thumbscrews on this adapter you can adjust the camera in 4 different axes (the 5th need not be adjustable) and the adapter will firmly hold it there. Once properly aligned you can take as many pictures as you want. Perfectly aligned and perfectly repeatable. Use your camera's "timer" mode and any user induced vibrations will even have a chance to damp before the shutter fires!
I upgraded to an Olympus 2100 which requires another type of Digi-T adapter. I paid $49.95 from Scopetronix. Will sell for $40.00 and I will pay S/H.


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