The solar eclipse will take place today and people will be able to witness it as long as they have the proper protection for their eyes and cameras. Looking directly at the eclipse can cause serious damage to a person’s eyes and can also destroy a camera.
Employees of Every Photo Store of Dubuque, Iowa, have demonstrated what can happen if a person attempts to shoot the eclipse without any filter in the camera. They attached a DSLR body to a Canon 400mm f / 2.8 IS II lens and set the shutter speed to six seconds. The high beam of light began to melt the chamber inside.
If you are planning to take a good photo of the eclipse, make sure you have a sunscreen to protect your camera. If you plan to see the event, you must use a certified solar crystal to protect your eyes. Users can also make their own projector holes if they can not get their hands on sunglasses.happy wheels
Apr 10, 2017 0