- This is a used item in very good condition
- Allows guiding through imaging scope
- No differential flexure
Used Meade #777 Off-Axis Guider - Sold
Provides a means, during long-exposure astrophotography, for the photographer to monitor the tracking of the telescope, to assure that the telescope remains precisely positioned on the object being photographed.
Meade Off-Axis Guider # 777 is similar in function to #62 T-adapter in that it couples the camera body to the telescope for prime focus photography, but with an important difference: a small part of the light at the edge of the telescopic field is diverted at a 90Â° angle to the unit, where it is observed on the crosslines of an illuminated reticle eyepiece to detect any change of position. # 777 Off-Axis Meade Guider has been used in this way countless times to obtain very high quOPT ality long-exposure photographs of deep-space objects.
The guider unit threads to the rear cell of all Meade LX-Series mirror-lens telescopes and to other brands of Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes.
Use with the appropriate T-ring, ordered separately, for your camera brand. Will also require a 1.25 Inch format illuminated reticle eyepiece.
To attach to your camera to your #777 Off-Axis Meade Guider you will need the appropriate T-ring for your camera.
- #777 off-axis guider body
- SCT to 1.25" nosepiece
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