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Old Jun 13, 2002, 6:52 AM   #1
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Default What do you guys think of this?

They call it SteadyPix.

I can't seem to get the link to work...

http://www.telescope.com/cgi-bin/Ori...0fe55c0a80a650 67c/Product/View/G046

but a quick search of SteadyPix will bring it up...
Worth $34.95?

Anyone seen/use one of these?

Pro's / Con's...


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Old Jun 13, 2002, 7:53 AM   #2
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Default Looks like a solution...

I haven't seen one in operation, but from the pictures I see no good reason why it shouldn't work. The fact that it clamps to the eyepiece should allow for a pretty good range of adaptibility.

It's probably not a good as a direct fit to the filter threads for specific camera/scope combinations, but as a general tool it would seem to provide a wide range of solutions. It might be necessary to shield the area where the camera and eyepiece come together from glare or direct sun - depending on conditions and how closely you can get the lens/eyepiece junction - but for what you are presently doing, I would think it's a viable solution...

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