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Old 26-09-2014, 10:23 AM
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Lunar eclipse

Good morning Lads and Ladettes...

As you may be aware there is a total lunar eclipse approaching at next full moon and i really would like get on top of it this time and image it well...

Can anyone recommend a guide for proper lunar eclipse imaging or give any personal accounts of their tips and tricks?
I would like to get advice on software, frame rates, filters, exposure, video recording or single frame recording..etc

My armamentarium is as described in my signature below and all is at my disposal...so any guide as to what combination to use would be appreciated
Thanks..

John
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Old 28-09-2014, 10:14 AM
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That's a fairly broad question you've asked there John.

I can offer my blog posts on Lunar Eclipses that I've photographed:

http://philhart.com/tag/lunar-eclipse

There's full exposure details for most images and they link through to originals and more images on SmugMug.

Phil
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http://www.mreclipse.com/MrEclipse.html#Moon
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