CNET News Video: Stunning annular eclipse footage
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CNET News Video: Stunning annular eclipse footage

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CNET cameraman Jared Kohler captures portions of the ring-of-fire phenomenon, the first annular eclipse in almost two decades, from outside his Moss Beach home in Northern California. The camera used to capture this footage is a Panasonic HDX900 professional broadcast camera shooting at 720 60p. The lens is a HD Fujinon TV zoom lens with 2x extender and the neutral density filter-wheel was set to ND 1/64. The iris controls were set to manual as the changes in cloud cover facilitated rapid f-stop adjustments.

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