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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #280137

For Sale: So, How Was Your Father's Day ???

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Mine started out wonderfully until my kids began to show up.

My oldest son came with a new Mach III vibrator razor as a gift and a request for a $500 loan to fix his car. My middle son called from San Marcos to wish me the best, and asked for a credit card number to pay his tuition with. And my youngest son decided this was the best day to let me know he was moving
out and needed money for a deposit on an apartment. But despite this, my wife did come through with a spectacular corned beef & cabbage dinner and a kiss. I was wondering about the latter until she kindly asked me for an airplane ticket to Florida to visit family. Hmm....

There are times like this when I know I can rediscover life's meaning under the stars taking pictures through my C11. The stars do not ask for much other than to be focused properly in the first place. And, of course, the Series IV 'Stiletto' focuser never lets anyone down. If you haven't discovered for yourself how easy it is to get perfect focus for your 35mm,CCD, or new 35mm DSLR camera, head on over to our website for all of the details on our units and see the pictures others are getting. The Series IV 'Stiletto' truly is the fastest and easiest way to focus any camera even if you are half blind. No special adapters, laptops, or other gizmos are needed since the Series IV is just like your camera. You attach it and focus, and then replace it with your camera and click away.

Feel free to write or give me a call anytime if you have any particular questions about your own set up. As for me, I think I'll celebrate my own Father's Day tomorrow ogling some Naglers online.

Clear Skies!


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