All images unretouched (except where stated), cropped with JPEGCROP. Both the FZ5 and FZ20 are 5MP cameras, from around April 2005 and November 2004 respectively. The Nikon D40 is a 6MP DSLR from December 2006, the D60 a 10MP DSLR from March 2008, and the D5000 a 12MP DSLR from June 2009.
Images from Others....
From Roger Clark, Canon 20D - includes some interesting further processing of the image.
From Roger Clark, Canon 5D Mark II - with a selection of focal lengths.
From "mianileng", March 2006, Panasonic FZ20 - also shows the orange tint. "The tint problem was made worse in my case because of a type of atmospheric pollution peculiar to my region in this season. Villagers still use the traditional method of growing the main crop - rice - by cutting down everything in designated tracts of forest-jungle and then burning them when they've dried out. The smoke stays up for weeks or months until it's cleared by heavy rains, and causes a shift in the spectrum of sunlight towards red-orange. I'll see if I can get a better result by using WB for incandescent light. Levels of other types of pollution are still quite low here."
From Mike - Canon Digital Rebel (300D) - using Sigma 70-300mm zoom. Mike subsequently wrote: I would like to inform you that since this time I made much better pictures with the (better) 50-500mm Sigma. The thumbnails are available here (70-300mm) and here (50 - 500mm - including last eclipse from Canada East coast), or, the first Moon image is here. These are unresized crops.
From Kent Clarke - using an FZ30. "The RAW and attached jpg are available, as well as a tiff that has had some noise removal, levels and sharpening. This was hand-held, with poor seeing."
From "mianileng", May 2006 - Panasonic FZ20, 432mm equivalent, ISO 100, f4.6, 1/125 sec (manual), Auto WB, Auto focus (spot), Sharpness, contrast, brightness, saturation at "Standard" (medium), High-quality JPEG, cropped with Irfanview and saved as 100% JPG. No post processing.
Some lunar eclipse photos with the Olympus SP-560 UZ by "helpman77".