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Step 1: How to Take a Perfect Eclipse Picture
It's a once, (maybe twice) in-a-lifetime event: a full solar eclipse, and you want make sure you capture it.
So I was shooting with multiple devices.
I was using a Canon 5D Pro camera with a 400x Prime zoom lens, a Celestron telescope with an iPhone6, as well as an iPad.
I needed to get an adapter for the iPhone to fit the telescope and found they were available as 3d Templates Online on Thingiverse using the wonderfully easy Tinkercad Program.
I had one 'printed' locally and it worked perfectly.
Here is a quote from Wikipedia what Thingivere is:
... a website dedicated to the sharing of user-created digital design files. Providing primarily open source hardware designs licensed under the GNU General Public License or Creative Commons.
Step 2: WARNING ** DANGER, DANGER!!
Staring into or taking pictures of direct sunlight will make you blind and burn out the camera sensors!
So I purchased THESE;
$80 to protect a $4000 camera? DAMN, SKIPPY!!!
Step 3: FROM THE TELESCOPE
I took over 1000 pictures using all three devices. Here are some of my favorites:
Step 4: From the CANON 5D
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