Solar Eclipse Sunrise Captured Using Four DSLRs

Travelling to the Pilbara, located in the dry north of Western Australia, Colin Legg managed to capture a remarkable annual solar eclipse, which occurred at sunrise using a four DSLR camera setup.

Colin and one of his friends; Geoff Sims positioned DSLR’s at the south-west, north west limits and the centreline on the anticipated sunrise. Three Canon 5DMK II’s coupled with 800mm lenses and an additional 1DC with a whopping 2000mm captured the incredible event.

The original score was written by Peter Nanasi

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