Hello everyone! I has a SonyVX 2000th I much movies in the mountains. Have a UV filter and a Wide Angledrauf. I've heard you should not back-shoot, which can damage the lens. Is this true and how this manifest itself? Do I need to shoot as straight at the sun or a normal range Gegenlichtaufnahme?
Thank you for your answers!
Antwort von Gast1:
Direct sunlight could possibly CCD (there is a picture taken) damage your camera. It looks like a magnifying glass and optics which focuses the sunlight, then the combined beam may damage some pixels on the CCD / burn. So it is in most camera manuals. But I have never heard of such a case. Ordinary light can harm my opinion in any case.
Antwort von Markus:
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