You can now get the Sky-Watcher Star Adventurer Pro Pack combined with the Sirui T1204SK Carbon Fiber Tripod with G10KX Ball Head Travel Tripod Kit.
The Sky-Watcher Star Adventurer is a user-friendly and multi-function mount to satisfy all your needs for astronomy, astrophotography and time-lapse photography. It is a high precision, portable and stable celestial tracking platform for sidereal, solar and lunar tracking with automatic DSLR shutter release control. Also, it contains preprogrammed parameters assisting you to create interesting time-lapse videos with your DSLR.
– Star Adventurer multi-function equatorial tracking mount
– 11 pound payload capacity
– Built-in polar scope with illuminator
– Dec bracket
– 3.63 pound mount head weight (with Dec bracket)
– Latitude (EQ) base
– Counterweight kit
– Ball head adapter
– Dec bracket
The T1204SK Carbon Fiber Tripod with G10KX Ball Head Travel Tripod Kit from Sirui combines a lightweight carbon fiber tripod with a versatile ball head. The T-1204SK 4-segment legs feature a twist-lock leg system, which unlocks to enable the legs to extend, along with the 2-stage rapid center column, to reach a maximum height of 54.5″.
With three variable legs angles and independent leg spread and the use of the included short center column, the legs can completely splay out to have a minimum height of 9″, which is ideal for macro or low-angle photography. The magnesium alloy spider has an integrated bubble level, and the legs fold in reverse to a compact 14.6″. The T-1204SK features a detachable leg that converts into a monopod with a height of 52.8″. Additionally, each rubber foot is removable and can accept a spike foot, which helps to secure the tripod into softer terrain.
The paired G-10KX Ball Head is an extremely sturdy head with independent control knobs for pan, tilt, and tension, plus an Arca-type clamp for the included quick release plate. The ball locks down tightly thanks to the double-bevel locking system, and the quick release clamp features a secondary release button that prevents any inadvertent disengagement of the camera/plate from the clamp.
Woodland Hills Telescope is offering the package and you can find our more at their website.
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