This is a complicated stack of a series of exposures that were fired off during totality in an attempt to get the largest range of details (Chromosphere, Corona, Earthshine, etc). It’s my first eclipse, but I’m really really pleased with how well this worked out (despite the fact that I knocked the lens *slightly* out of focus taking the solar filter off).

Count | Time | Count | Time |
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2x | 1/2s | 2x | 1/250s |

2x | 1s | 2x | 1/500s |

2x | 1/8s | 2x | 1/1000s |

2x | 1/15s | 2x | 1/2000s |

2x | 1/30s | 2x | 1/4000s |

2x | 1/60s | 2x | 1/8000s |

2x | 1/125s |

- Telescope
- Fujinon XF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR
- Mount
- Vixen Polarie
- Camera
- Fujifilm X-T2
- Software
- Iridient X-Developer, Adobe Photoshop CC