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daguin

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laserlover said:
I FOUND ONE!!!  this one works very good and it can attach a laser of any size to anything including telescopes, guns, rc cars, rc helicopters, and rc planes. Best of all, its only $6!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

http://www.amazon.com/Henkel-1-88-I...61-4676024?ie=UTF8&s=hi&qid=1213730958&sr=1-5
hmmm, you see. for the laser to serve a purpose on the telescope. it has to be correctly alligned.
the top 2 are good but still a bit pricy and not sure if my DX-cr2-30mw, would fit in it.
 

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Got here

http://www.hotechusa.com/catalog.php?action=124&item_id=10

. A great little laser bracket for your telescope for larger lasers. If you have not got a laser for astronomy then get this laser.

It's so handy as it is also a white and red torch which are regulated like the laser. I find many lasers for the telescope don't work to well when it gets cold, but the Astro Aimer works a treat, and a nice bright 5mW laser is all you need for astronomy.

Most lasers are not that much good as a telescope finder as many don't have an off on swtich, but needs to be held down.

With astronomy you need a laser with an off/on swtch for hands free operation, or a timer on swtich at the very least like the Astro Aimer does.

it's the best astro laser available, dust and water proof also.
 




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