Consider you are observing on a clear night, but your enjoyment is spoilt as a result of the wind or a nearby road making the image in your telescope unsteady. Small vibrations are being transmitted directly to the image. This does not want to be a problem – These new Astromania vibration suppression pads reduce vibration and provide you with a steady image for an enjoyable night’s observing. Prevent vibrations – at all times and in every single place: Just take these anti-vibration pads with you to every observing location – they are the perfect base, both for hard and soft surfaces. On soft surfaces, such as grass, the pads will also prevent the tripod feet both from becoming dirty and from sinking into the ground. Even when you carefully levelled your telescope first, it is going to remain level when the usage of the anti-vibration pads. Astrophotographers and visual observers love a steady image: A stable image is a should for successful exposures if you wish to photograph the night sky. Suppose your telescope is standing on a balcony, terrace or concrete platform. Every step you take is transmitted directly to the telescope and shakes the image around. These flexible vibration-suppression pads insulate the telescope from such vibrations and the result is a stable image. And they let you walk around your telescope without having to worry.
These pads are sold in sets of 3 (one for each tripod leg) and fits under most tripod feet and works on any surface, dampens out tripod vibrations from the wind or from touching the scope.
These pads are designed to reduce vibration time by almost 100% and decrease vibration amplitude when placed under each of your tripod legs, prevents dirty tripod feet.
Makes observing imaginable when located near to roads, stops the tripod’s feet sinking into softer surfaces.
Ideally suitable for astronomy, nature observations, photography and much more. Reduces the oscillation time for the image to settle down and stop shaking and muffles the strength of oscillations.
In future, save yourself the annoyance of shaky images and get yourself some real help for frustration-free observing and astrophotography.