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Meade Video mySKY Plus

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Category: Cameras

It’s like having your own personal astronomer pointing out the wonders of the universe. Quick Start Follow the Quick Start Guide on the back cover to insert the batteries, plug in the earbuds and turn on mySKY. When mySKY starts up, a screen displays which offers the choice: “Instructions” or “SkyMap.” Important Note About Your mySKY Your mySKY uses very sensitive magnetic sensors to determine where you are pointing it in the sky. The magnetic lines of force that are detected by these sensors ar

Meade Meade 8 x 42 2.0D CaptureView TM Integrated Binocular and Digital Camera

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Category: Optical Devices

Diopter Scale (on underside of right eyepiece) 2. SD Card Port 3. Eyepiece 4. Menu Button 5. Shutter Button 6. Left Button 7. Right Button 8. LCD Screen 9. Objective Lens 10. Camera Lens (not visible, see Fig. 2) 11. Barrel 12. USB Port 13. Battery Compartment Lid (see Fig. 2) 14. Focus knob (not visible, see Fig. 2) Page 2 1# 1) 1$ 1# 1) 1$ Fig. 2: Bottom View 1. Diopter Scale 10. Camera Lens (not visible) 13. Battery Compartment Lid (squeeze and pull back to remove) 14. Focus knob b WARNING! N

Meade CV-6

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Category: Optical Devices

The Sensor is made using technology originally developed by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). Exclusive Micron® Sensor The Micron Sensor allows you to use CaptureView in a concert hall, at the opera, during a night game or at any indoor venue. The Sensor is made using technology originally developed by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). Contents Contents Quick Start ........................................................................................ 4 Features ....................

Meade CV-5

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Category: Optical Devices

4 Features.................................................................................... 7 Introduction .............................................................................. 9 How to Use Your Binocular ......................................................10 Adjust Eye Relief, Adjust the Barrels ..................................10 Focus the Binocular ..............................................................11 Insert Batteries..................................................

Meade CV-4 8 x 30

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Category: Optical Devices

Do this... Turn on Camera Display Menus Move the Red Selection Box through the Menus Select a Menu or Menu Option Go Back to the Last Displayed Menu Exit the Menus or the Playback Mode Down Up Shutter Menu Left Right Press and hold the Menu button for 3 seconds to turn on the camera. Press the Menu button to display the menus. Press the Left button to turn off the display screen. Press the Right button to turn the display back on. Use the Right, Left, Up and Down buttons to move the red selectio

Meade CV-2

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Category: Heart Rate Monitors

4 Features.................................................................................... 7 Introduction .............................................................................. 9 How to Use Your Binocular ......................................................10 Adjust Eye Relief, Barrels......................................................10 Focus the Binocular ..............................................................11 How to Use Your Camera....................................

Meade Binocular and Digital Camera

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Category: Optical Devices

Eye damage is often painless, so there is no warning to the observer that damage has occurred until it is too late. Do not point the binocular at or near the Sun. Children should always have adult supervision while observing. 1. Diopter Knob (on underside) 2. Center Focus Knob 3. Objective Lens 4. Mode Button 5. Shutter Button 6. USB Port 7. Eyepiece 8. Camera Lens 9. LCD Screen 10. Battery Compartment 11. Barrel c d1! j i ef +– h b 1)b g Fig 1a: Top View Fig 1b: Side View Page 1 00 Discovery ve

Meade 60EQ-D

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Category: Optical Devices

(949) 451-1450 FAX: (949) 451-1460 POLARIS – 2– WARNING: NEVER ATTEMPT TO OBSERVE THE SUN THROUGH YOUR TELESCOPE! OBSERVING THE SUN, EVEN FOR THE SHORTEST FRACTION OF A SECOND, WILL CAUSE INSTANT AND IRREVERSIBLE EYE DAMAGE, AS WELL AS PHYSICAL DAMAGE TO THE TELESCOPE ITSELF. WHEN OBSERVING DURING THE DAYTIME, DO NOT POINT THE TELESCOPE EVEN CLOSE TO THE SUN. Limited Warranty Every Meade telescope, spotting scope, and telescope accessory is warranted by Meade Instruments Corporation (“Meade”)

Meade 60AZ-T

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Category: Optical Devices

This warranty applies to the original purchaser only and is nontransferable. Meade products purchased outside North America are not included in this warranty, but are covered under separate warranties issued by Meade international distributors. RGA Number Required: Prior to the return of any product or part, a Return Goods Authorization (RGA) number must be obtained from Meade by writing, or by calling (949) 451-1450. Each returned part or product must include a written statement detailing the n

Meade 60AZ-D

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Category: Optical Devices

Images may appear blurred or distorted due to temperature differences between inside and outside air. Also, it is a good idea to allow your telescope to reach the ambient (surrounding) outside temperature before starting an observing session. 7. Planets and other objects viewed low on the horizon often lack sharpness — the same object, when observed higher in the sky, will appear sharper and have greater contrast. Turbulent air in the atmosphere can cause images to “shimmer” in the eyepiece. Try





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