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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #173144

For Sale: NEW DESIGN! Winner of the WSP CCD Imaging Contest used a GEM TABLE!

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I have been kind of quiet on advertising my old GEM Table. That is because I have redesigned it to be better than before and easier to use. Now I am reintroducing the GEM Table. It is designed to go on ANY 6", 8", or 10" pier such as the AP900/1200, the ATS Piers, Losmandy G11 or G8, or any fixed pier of the above demensions. It's unique slotted tension knob design allows you to place it anywhere you want. It will hold up to 7 EP's, a laptop, batteries, STV or other CCD equimpment, flashlights, charts, or books. It was a HUGE success at the Winter Star Party. Many well known people in the industry were VERY impressed but I can't mention names. The winner of the 2003 WSP CCD Imaging contest used one of these tables to hold his SBIG STV and controllers during exposure. I sold a bunch of them while I was there and below is just a sample of some of the scope and mount combinations people put it on:

Owner of 16" RC and 10" Custom Pier
Owner of Tak 300 and ATS 10" Pier
Owner of 10" RC and AP1200 Pier
Owner of 10" Mak and AP900 Pier
Owner of C14 and Losmandy G11
Owner of Tak106 and G8

Go the website by clicking the link above to see some of the pictures in my new picture section and more detail on the table and ordering. You can't live without a GEM Table is you have a GEM Mount.

Contact me for questions!


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