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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #150729

For Sale: Hey, the recession is over! Get a RED-TAGGED 'Stiletto' on sale!

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They say the recession is behind us and all signs point to GO !
Plus, the skies are getting clearer every night. What more could you
ask for?

Well, how about saving 10% on the new Series IV 'Stiletto'
focuser as well during our Red Tag sale? ( If you're going to celebrate , you might as well do it right.)

For a limited time, we have cut our prices on all Series IV 'Stiletto'
focusers. So, if you have a 35mm, CCD, or Medium Format camera,
now is the time to start taking some decent astrophotos the easy way and save some money at the same time.

The Series IV is guaranteed to put you in pinpoint focus in only
seconds. It really is the fastest and most precise way to focus a
camera. Period. The Series IV uses precision ronchi screen screens to obtain true focus. That means no more squinting, no more wasted film, and no more wasted time. And you have a 30-Day Clear Sky Guarantee to prove it to yourself!

If you have a Nikon, Olympus, Minolta, Canon, Pentax, Meade,
SBIG, Starlight Xpress or even a QuickCam, visit our website
today to check out what the Series IV 'Stiletto' can do for you.

But do hurry. The Red Tag sale is for a limited time only.

Clear Skies!

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