Astro Devices to attend NEAF 2017

We loved attending our first show so much, we couldn’t resist coming back!

We’ll be displaying our Nexus DSC and Nexus-II - both of which can be bought from Woodland Hills Camera & Telescope next door to our booth.

What to know some of the cool things you can see and do at our booth? They include:

  • A competition to win a Nexus DSC (worth US$400!)
  • Exclusive 10% off coupons
  • Free chocolates & candy
  • Free red-light keychain flashlights
  • One-on-one chats with our founder, Serge

Additionally, you can check out our Nexus DSC installed on scopes and mounts at the following stands:

We’d love for you to stop by and talk with us, as we love meeting our customers from around the world.

We've also entered a Nexus DSC and Nexus-II into the NEAF raffle prize, so be sure to buy tickets for the chance to win!


8th and 9th April


Rockland Community College, NY, USA

To find out more info and purchase tickets to the show, please click here.

Sign up to our NEAF 2017 mailing list for updates on our progress and to receive a 10% discount code after NEAF weekend.


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