Visibility IV / V
I was on a boat watching and filming the eclipse. I was a little confused when, after careful lenses and the inclusion of binoculars, the main camera had split up and I had to pick it up just at the time when I thought it would appear and should have.
There was a perception that it takes a good time for the night to darken and the moon to rise higher before I get completely darkened. I would have tried to make it as visible as possible with my infrared daylight balloon camera as early as possible, but unfortunately I didn't get an unobstructed view of it from all over the place. I replaced the test by examining the visibility with different color channels of a normal color image. I attach almost the first red and green channel images converted to grayscale. Blue doesn’t show anything on the moon so I don’t put it on. Taken with a 28mm focal length lens. Canon EOS6D camera, unmodified. There are pictures of two and three.
I put the first normal picture with a 135mm lens about a minute after the end of the complete phase.
I still put 4,5,6 color channel images from that first image and they are in color.
Of course, you can do a similar "test" with your own color pictures of this.