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How to melt your camera sensor sooting the eclipse

You know how a tiny, toy magnifying glass can burn little pieces of paper? Well, the camera lens is a not a small, toy, magnifying glass by no means, it is a powerful well-polished tool of optics and using it in the wrong way – say to photograph the sun during an eclipse – can […] The post How to melt your camera sensor sooting the eclipse appeared first on DIY Photography.
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