Eclipse Protection for Your Camera

eclipse protection for your camera

I suspect by now everyone is prepared for the upcoming eclipse, and has viewing glasses in hand. Retinal damage from looking at the eclipse without protection is no joke. But did you know that you also need eclipse protection for your camera?

Experts say that if you plan on pointing a camera at the eclipse, you’ll want to use a solar filter to safeguard its sensors. Unfiltered eclipse photography could permanently damage your device!

If you’re a casual/amateur picture-taker, then an inexpensive camera filter may already be included with the pack of eclipse glasses you’ve bought from Amazon. But professionals can also pursue more serious equipment.

1 Comment

  1. Sherry S.

    Thanks! I got both! Definitely don’t want to damage my eyes and vision or my phone!

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