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Professional Supermoon Eclipse Assistance

Discussion in 'Phantom 3 Help' started by djsydvicious, Sep 27, 2015.

  1. djsydvicious

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    Is it possible to shoot some pics of the Supermoon Eclipse tonight?

    I'm on the East Coast of the United States. It will be visible but we don't get much magnification with the Phantom Quads.

    Is it worth trying to get a shot of the moon tonight?

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  2. robsquad

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    only one way to find out
     
  3. aopisa

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    The moon will look like a tiny tiny dot with the Phantom camera. Still, what can it hurt trying as long you are in a clear area.
     
  4. lotusteve

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    I thought about taking mine up to get some pics but I have been out with it 3 times today. mmmm another fly wont hurt. battery back on charge..
     
  5. Meta4

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    Not with the Phantom.
    It's about the worst possible camera to use if you want to see any detail of the moon.
     
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  6. snowghost

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    full moon 092615.jpg

    Screen capture from last night. I'm going to do it anyway.
     
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