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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #279497

For Sale: SBIG AO-7 [SOLD]

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I've decided to sell my AO-7 because I'm just not using it much anymore. I believe it's about 3 years old and I used it to take a couple images in the last month and it is working fine. This unit was modified to be directly mounted to the cover plate of a CFW-8. This involved drilling two extra holes in the AO-7 housing and two holes in the CFW-8 plate. This is a more solid connection than if you use the male-to-male adapter from SBIG (which is not included BTW because SBIG never shipped me one). You can directly attach the AO-7 to a Mandel Muscle plate and the extra two holes are completely covered so thats not an issue. I will include the CFW-8 plate that mates to the AO-7 housing if you want it because I use the Muscle plate with my camera now. You can see how I attached the AO-7 housing to the CFW-8 plate here:

I also have the CCDSharp disk to include with the AO-7.

Price: $1000 (shipping/insurance included for US shipping)

Paypal/Cashiers Check/Money order (I will ship when funds are secured.)

BTW: I just added my bank account to my PayPal account yesterday and I'm waiting for the deposits to show up so my account can be Verified status.

Gil Jones
Tucson, AZ
Cellphone: (520) 400-8624
Home: (520) 818-9467

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