My take. Pity 200mm only. And the clouds.
Cheers and Happy CNY =)
Just check at NASA site and the next big one close to home is on Mar 9 2016, morning this time.
Here's my take:
Think was 5:55pm
Outside my room widow
REALLY cloudy.. took abt 50 shots for this guy
A very soft focus behind the clouds.
Canon S5 IS at 72mm x 1.5 (432mm x 1.5 equiv)
thank you very much for those who post the pics here as i can see it,
Yanou, I was kinda laughing when I saw my eclipse shots. I realized that there was no way I could've told the difference between the solar eclipse shots and blown out shots of a crescent moon... =p
Nikon D600 / D750
lots of lovely capture from everyone.
i tried doing a timelapse. do check it out here
Here's a sequence series I manage to do while on a picnic today at East Coast today....
Just 100% cropped from my shots taken @ 70mm on APS-C - Dynax 7D + sunglasses as filter.
nice one sulhan! thanks for sharing!
Here's mine.. shot at 1/8000 ISO100 f/32 with ND8X filter and CPL 80-400mm with 1.4x tele
for this one I pulled down the exposure in lightroom.. to show some detail in the sun.
Sadly the clouds came before maximum eclipse coverage... but started to clear up slightly after the 80% point. Taken slightly after...
My lonely camera and tripod out in the field... :P
Last edited by mrbinks76; 26th January 2009 at 10:23 PM.
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