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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #124559

For Sale: *** HOW HAL GOT HIS AT THE 2002 TSP ***

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A lot of folks had fun at the Texas Star Party this year. I wasn't
one of them since the TSP is always scheduled during my busy week
giving final exams at UT. But our Series III 'Stiletto' focusers were
there in great number with great people getting great pictures!

Here's one below from Hal Coward and his comment:

"The attached file contains images I took at the Texas Star Party last
week using your focusing aid with an OM-1n. All the guesswork about
focusing is eliminated, to my great satisfaction. Thanks for the great
service and the great product."

There's not much that I can add to Hal's comment, other than to
say that it took Hal longer to write those few kind words than
to get focused with his Series III.

But, you don't have to go to a star party to get great photos with a
'Stiletto'. Visit our website Gallery to see what your colleagues
are accomplishing from their own backyards. And you can too!

A Series III focuser is available for your camera, whether it's a
35mm, CCD, or medium format. The Series III comes with our 30-day
Clear-Sky guarantee so you can prove its performance by looking at
your own great photos instead of everybody elses'.

With a 'Stiletto', even if you miss out on the star parties like I
usually do, at least you won't miss out on the fun!

Clear Skies!

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