ZWO ASIAIR 3D printed holder for 2 inch tripod

3D printed T2 to micro 43 adapter

Ioptron CEM40 hand controller holder

3D Printed finderscope rings for 50mm guidescope

OCTANSLAB

OctansLab aims to help the astronomy, astrophotography and photo enthusiasts get the most out of their gear.

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PHD2 Guiding with Star Adventurer Mount

PHD2 Guiding with Star Adventurer Mount

PHD2 Guiding a Star Adventurer Portable EQ Mount The SkyWatcher Star Adventurer is an excellent tracking mount when used for wide field astrophotography of the night sky allowing relatively long exposure image sequences without star trails. For those that want to push...

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Octanslab – The Beginning

Octanslab – The Beginning

OctansLab - Birth Welcome to OctansLab where we will be publishing content relating to wide-field, deep-sky and planetary astrophotography  as well as long exposure landscape photography. We will also cover the design and 3D printing of a range of accessories to help...

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ASTRO PHOTO OF THE MONTH

Orion widefield captured with a ZWO ASI 294 MCPRO & vintage Olympus 50mm lens View more images in the gallery
Orion widefield captured with a ZWO ASI 294 MCPRO & vintage Olympus 50mm lens