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Test Images of the Sun

Took some test images of the Sun with my 350D.

In order of the exposure.

1) 1/640
2) 1/500
3) 1/400
4) 1/320
5) 1/250
6) 1/125

Which looks the best? My personal preference is 1/250.
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Old 14-11-2012, 09:52 AM
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1/250th looks best but exposure will vary quite a bit over the day and varying conditions. I always tend towards underexposure as I can photoshop the exposure to see\improve details etc but once it is overexposed the data is lost.
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