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#153833 9-Oct-2014 11:42
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Some pics I took last night during the eclipse using my Fuji S1600 - considering its no DSLR, I was happy with the results.

Camera was mounted on tripod on my deck in Stanmore Bay.

http://1drv.ms/1sh45iB




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  #1150588 9-Oct-2014 11:55
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Nice!




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  #1150590 9-Oct-2014 12:00
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Thanks for sharing them!

Didn't have a camera so just looked through binoculars instead




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  #1151075 10-Oct-2014 09:24
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Did you see the "light flashes" around the moon's rim during the eclipse ? That was pretty freaky - almost like something from War of The Worlds :-)




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  #1151078 10-Oct-2014 09:33
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very cool.

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  #1151087 10-Oct-2014 09:38
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  #1151088 10-Oct-2014 09:39
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need a better longer lens and better tripod (i think this is a china $20 one)




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  #1151116 10-Oct-2014 10:04
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Single frame timelapse of moon eclipse

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