Here are my eclipse images, we were on the 70% line. If I was still in Albuquerque, I would have gotten the whole show!They came out pretty good, look at the first one and you can see some sunspots. Or I have a dirty lens. 8^)
Where do we provide product feedback?I tried to follow the instructions here:https://community.usa.canon.com/t5/Professional-Video/R5C-Product-Feedback-Feature-Requests/m-p/391182 but I could find no +feedback
Ken Rockwell is reporting that you can now get a 60mm Holga lens in Canon EF mount.Just don't come complaining to us that you can't take sharp images with it!It is available from B&H, and possibly others.(Sorry, I can't really link to it.)
Basically, since the moon is a bright sunlit object, you can start with the sunny f/16 rule.Practically, your exposure meter is fooled because of all the black surrounding the image, especially if you are at 300mm. You need to dial in about -1 to -2 ...