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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #197482

For Sale: NEW???? Series IV 'Stiletto' Focusers for Canon EOS & Nikon D DIGITAL CAMERAS !

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We've been receiving an increasing number of inquiries from
astrobuffs lately wondering when we were coming out with focusers
for top-of-the line 35mm digital cameras. Well, to put it bluntly,
they've already been here for a while, so they are not
exactly 'NEW'!

If you have a Canon or Nikon 35mm digital camera with interchangeable
lenses, you should also know that our Series IV 'Stiletto'
focusers work wonderfully with them! As a matter of fact, a couple
of manufacturers of digital backs are using our Stiletto technology
to set and calibrate the backs at the factory! That's how precise
the focusing is.

Since the Canon D series uses standard EOS lenses, our Series IV
35mm Autofocus for EOS will match your camera perfectly. And for
owners of the Nikon D series, our regular Series IV 'Stiletto'
for 35mm Nikon cameras fits the bill.

Series IV Professional, Deluxe, or Standard models are available
for any of the above cameras. The Series IV can be used for both
deep-sky and eyepiece projection photography and uses the very same
attachment adapters that you use now. Nothing special is needed
to get perfect focus.

Visit our website today to read about the Series IV and just drop
us a line if you have any questions at all.

Clear Skies!


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