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Meade #777 Off-Axis Guider 07054 has been discontinued by Meade and is no longer available. Our product experts have helped us select these available replacements below. You can also explore other items in the Telescope Accessories category yourself to try and find the perfect replacement for you!

Meade #777 Off-Axis Guider 07054 Product Info

Meade #777 Off-Axis Guider 07054 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 Meade 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 90° 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 quality 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-Mount, ordered separately, for your camera brand. Will also require a 1.25 Inch format illuminated reticle eyepiece. Meade offers T-Rings for most models of 35mm cameras.

To attach to your camera to your #777 Off-Axis Meade Guider you will need the appropriate T-Mount for your camera.

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Meade #777 Off-Axis Guider 07054, MPN: 07054, UPC: 709942922356, Code: ME-TA-07054

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Helpful Positive Review seems like what I wanted by Legacy Reviewer, February 8, 2013
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