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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #155220

For Sale: Don't Kill the Turkey Before You Shoot Him !!

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I don't know about you, but it's that time of year when I
start thinking about turkey leftovers before the bird is
even on the table. And that always reminds me of the
shots of the Great Turkey Nebula (see pic below) that will
be killed by blur even before you shoot the picture.

I first solved the problem for myself by developing the
Series IV 'Stiletto' focuser around Thanksgiving time five
years ago. And it does work flawlessly for all CCD and 35mm
cameras. No more out-of-focus Turkey Nebula leftovers and
wasted time and film!

The Series IV 'Stiletto' works because it takes your fickle
eyeball out of the focusing equation altogether. There is
none of that in-and-out, back-and-forth, with your electric
focuser forever trying to get a pinpoint image. The Series
IV does it for you in seconds using precision ronchi gratings
to knife-edge focus. The gratings never lie and the image is
always pinpont.

'Stiletto' models are available for all 35mm and CCD cameras and
come precalibrated for use right out of the box. No fiddling is
necessary on your part. And it's a snap to use. Although you
receive a comprehensive CDROM instruction manual with all sorts
of goodies on it, you likely won't even need it. Taking great
pictures is a lot easier than cooking a turkey.

Visit our website today for all of the technical details and to see
what Series IV model is best for you. Or just write or call if
you have any special questions.

Happy Thanksgiving & Clear Skies!


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