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    i used to have the same problem too....until i removed my filter

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    Quote Originally Posted by parampita View Post
    At the risk of getting damaging the eye if the proper filters aren't used.. there are people who do solar photography..
    Live view?

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    Default Re: Why there is double image when shooting moon ?

    Quote Originally Posted by parampita View Post
    At the risk of getting damaging the eye if the proper filters aren't used.. there are people who do solar photography..
    Thank for the info.

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    the moon shld be fullest on the 18th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sloth View Post
    Live view?
    Please do not use live view on the sun! You may save your eyes, but burn your sensor.

    You may be able to get away with a quick wide-angle shot of landscapes with the sun at one corner, but not with a telephoto.

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    Default Re: Why there is double image when shooting moon ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Havoc View Post
    Just like to ask something else.
    Is there a way to take a photo of the "SUN" ?
    During sunrise / sunset.



    And you can see I got flare as well. No filter, 100-400L.

    Other than that you need heavy duty filters, and it'll be a boring shot unless you have a telescope. I've seen the sun using a telescope with a hydrogen alpha filter. It's stunning.
    Last edited by lennyl; 17th July 2008 at 06:10 PM.

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    Default Re: Why there is double image when shooting moon ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lenscapes View Post
    the moon shld be fullest on the 18th.
    Tomorrow night then. But full moon won't see much of craters, if any. Anyway, will try to shoot and post here.

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    If TS dont mind, this is my shot just taken earlier...




    I thought the sepia version is better.
    No PP for #2 here, just crop.
    Last edited by cheguthamrin; 17th July 2008 at 11:08 PM.
    Already abused my D40 and D80 for my flickr

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    ...and still no double image lei?
    Already abused my D40 and D80 for my flickr

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    cheguthamrin, nice shots leh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by parampita View Post
    cheguthamrin, nice shots leh!
    Xie xie ni~


    ...now itching for more. scratch scratch
    Already abused my D40 and D80 for my flickr

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