While most who were photographing the recent eclipse with DSLR's or other digital cameras, I only had my old Nikon F3-HP available so I pressed it into service and successfully photographed the eclipsed moon. During totality, I had no idea of what exposure time to use at F/10, so I bracketed and took shots with exposure times up to 60 seconds. I used Fujicolor Xtra 400 speed color print film which was processed at a local lab, then scanned into my computer. The telescope was a 8-inch Celestron EdgeHD on an AVX mount. The results I got were better than I dared hope, I never took long exposure photos through this telescope that succeeded before.
Edited by Achernar, 23 January 2019 - 08:17 PM.