Photographing the Eclipse

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Carbon60
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Photographing the Eclipse

Post by Carbon60 » Tue Aug 08, 2017 8:15 pm

Hi all,

Anyone imaging the eclipse might find this useful:

https://eclipse.aas.org/imaging-video/images-videos

Stu.
Lunt LS60THa B1200 PTFT
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Re: Photographing the Eclipse

Post by marktownley » Wed Aug 09, 2017 7:34 am

That's a useful guide thanks Stu!
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Re: Photographing the Eclipse

Post by michael.h.f.wilkinson » Wed Aug 09, 2017 11:34 am

Very useful indeed
Solar kit: GP-C8 with Thousand Oaks Solar filter, APM 80mm F/6, Lunt Herschel Wedge, Solar Spectrum 0.3Å H-alpha filter, Beloptic Tri-Band ERF (80mm free aperture), Thousand Oaks 90mm ERF, Coronado SolarMax II 60mm with Double Stack Unit. Lunt straight B1800 Ca-K module.

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