Solar eclipse today, what camera settings?


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~Arcanic~

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6pm i believe, according to the weblink that was given.
 

espn

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~Arcanic~ said:
6pm i believe, according to the weblink that was given.
If I rush home from office, should just be in time to get my S4 out to shoot :D
 

dRebelXT

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1/8000s and F/22! I bet my camera won't stand it.
 

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I think you should get hold of a piece of exposed X-Ray film as filter of use 2 pcs of ND4... hahaha... or else sensor sure burn...
 

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Reno said:
think we can see it here in singapore??
Think won't be able to see.. sg in not anywhere near the path of totality so dun think can even see a partial.
 

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ShawnQuah said:
I think you should get hold of a piece of exposed X-Ray film as filter of use 2 pcs of ND4... hahaha... or else sensor sure burn...
Filters have got to by multi-coated or else see lots of flare and multiple ghost images. CP filters also can help.
 

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Wai said:
DONT POINT YOUR CAMERA AT THE SUN UNLESS YOU WANT TO BE BLINDED PERMANENTLY.

THAT WILL BE YOUR FIRST AND LAST TIME FOR YOU TO SHOOT SOLAR ECLIPSE.
wa.... :sweat:

Best is using top level prosumer, can aim with lcd screen. :lovegrin:


76No damage to ccd right?:think:
 

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if i am not wrong, its not passing over spore.

"...Starting at dawn in eastern Brazil, then sweeping across northern Africa and central Asia before ending at sunset in Mongolia,...."

but think its passing by as of now...
http://abcnews.go.com/International/story?id=1780648&page=1
 

Wai

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ShawnQuah said:
I think you should get hold of a piece of exposed X-Ray film as filter of use 2 pcs of ND4... hahaha... or else sensor sure burn...
A special solar filter is required, best if u can get H-alpha filter, u can even see/capture the flame that shoot out from the surface of the sun.

no solar eclipse to see...how about some lunar eclipse? :D

 

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so did anyone managed to capture the eclispe?
 

jsbn

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The eclipse isn't even anywhere near Singapore, how to shoot it when u can't even see it?
 

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