New Buckeyestargazer Accessories

With the release of Pegasus Astro’s new Ultimate Powerbox V3, the Buckeyestargazer team has created new mounting options to add to its lineup of Pegasus Astro mounting solutions. The new mount options consists of a bracket for the Pegasus Ultimate V3 and one of several different attachments. There is also an available MiniPC mounting plate that accommodates a variety of MiniPCs.

New Buckeyestargazer AccessoriesThe new mount option fits the Ultimate Powerbox V3 on the bottom side and attachments such as an LSaddle, VSaddle, or Synta style foot are connected to this bracket. The MiniPC mounting plate option fits the Ultimate Powerbox V3 top side and is for mounting a MiniPC only.

Buckeye has also created new accessories for the ZWO Seestar S50 Smart Telescope. These accessories are held in place firmly with a push-fit tab system. Each of the accessories can be purchased separately or as a set of all four.

The accessories include:

– Dust-Seestar: Dust cap

– Bahtinov-Seestar: Bahtinov mask

– Seestar-Dewshield: Dew shield

– Seestar-DewBahtinov: Bahtinov mask for the Seestar-Dewshield

Also available for the Seestar is a new filter holder for 2″ threaded filters (M48x0.75 thread) as well as a case to protect the filter holder and filter. Simply install the filter in the holder and leave it in place. The filter remains in the filter holder and can placed in the case for future use. In this way filters can be swapped quickly and easily.

You can learn more about these and new Buckeyestargazer accessories here.

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