2019 Annular Solar Eclipse
I use three different camera to record this beautiful view. At the beginning and the last video, a glare of sun shows the shape of the sun, which tell us the stage the the beginning and the last step of the annular eclipse. （The shape of sun in the glare is opposite to the real sun）In the middle video, a long focus view and a wide angle view both show the shape of the sun. It is obvious to see that Baily's beads and the movement of the moon when annular solar eclipse.This video last 1.5 minutes, which is 4x speed play than actual speed.
You can also visit the web link to watch the video: https://vimeo.com/382275427
1:Dji Osmo Pocket Camera
2:Dji Drone （about 28mm focus lens）
3:Sony A7RII and aperture 50mm 500mm focus mirror lens
Annular Solar Eclipse and Sunset
This photo was taken at Guam at Dec 26th 2019 at seaside of my hotel. About 59 sun was recored from 2:27PM to 5:50PM. The intervel time is 150 seconds. That is almost the total time of this annular solar eclipse.
My equipment: Canon 6D with EF 24mm f/1.4L II lens
Annular Solar Eclipse and Baily’s Beads
I try to get a sequence of Baily's beads in annular solar eclipse. As my image shows, each side of the sequence last a little more than 10 seconds. Finally, I composed them in one image. The changes of the beads is obvious. Unfounately, no sun prominence was be captured. The begining of the image could be found at left side and the middle is annular solar eclipse and the final image is at right side.
My equipment: Camera: Canon 6D， FS60 CB telescope at 600mm f/10
Annular Solar Eclipse and Clouds
The images show clouds and the rose colored solar chromosphere.
My equipment: Sony A7R2 camera, MC 3M-5CA, 8/500 lens
Annular Solar Eclipse in above Guam
The images show the rose colored solar chromosphere.
My equipment: Canon 6D, FS60 CB telescope at 600mm f/10
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