Each frame in this series of images of the solar eclipse were taken roughly ten minutes from one another. I shot them with an in-body filter that I created from a pair of solar eclipse glasses. I realized that the shape of one lens would perfectly fit over an APS-C sensor, just like a Fogal Net from the golden age of film. Luckily, I generally subscribe to the Navy Seal mantra of "Two is one. One is none." because I melted a perfect pinhole in the filter in my first attempt. The focal length of the lens I was using (210mm) was just right for turning my camera lens into an instant firestarter. They should bring those things on Survivor! I backed off a bit to a 105mm lens and everything went perfectly after that.
This photograph was captured with a Sony a6300 and a Sony E PZ 18-105mm F4 G OSS Power Zoom Lens, which happens to be my go-to lens 90% of the time. You can see reviews of my other gear at Kit.com/Spangard.