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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #84499

For Sale: 'Stiletto' Astrofocusers for CCD & 35mm Cameras...NEW!!!

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The new Series III 'Stiletto' focusers for CCD and 35mm camera
systems are selling like hotcakes so I must have done something right! Then again, it is the easiest and most precise focusing solution for any 35mm or CCD camera system you might be using. If you are using software for focusing your CCD, the Series III will beat it hands down. And there is no parfocal eyepiece or magnifying focuser that even comes close for 35mm astrophotography. Honest! If it weren't a fact, I would have to be crazy to offer a 30-day Clear Sky money-back no-questions-asked (well, some) guarantee.

So, if you want precise image focusing in only seconds, you need
to check into the Series III now. And, take 10% off of our regular
price during this special introductory period.
(You can count the days until prices go up, so hurry!)

And, if you're using a Meade 201XT autoguider, our new STI-201
Autoguider Focuser is just the ticket. Plop it in and focus, and
you're on your way! No more cursing at that fine autoguider.

Visit our website today to read all the astrobabble and
technodetails on these gadgets, and please write if you have any
questions at all.

Clear Skies!

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