Not only your eyes but your equipment can be at risk when viewing Monday’s eclipse. This shows a hole burned into a filter improvised from mylar eclipse glasses placed in front of a camera’s sensor and behind the lens during a test Wednesday.
Not only your eyes but your equipment can be at risk when viewing Monday’s eclipse. This shows a hole burned into a filter improvised from mylar eclipse glasses placed in front of a camera’s sensor and behind the lens during a test Wednesday. Craig Sailor Staff writer
Not only your eyes but your equipment can be at risk when viewing Monday’s eclipse. This shows a hole burned into a filter improvised from mylar eclipse glasses placed in front of a camera’s sensor and behind the lens during a test Wednesday. Craig Sailor Staff writer

Yes, your camera and smartphone need protection during the eclipse. Here’s how to do that

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