Below are images taken by members of the Astronomical League of the Philippines. Therefore, all images are the property of ALP as well as the imager mentioned. Any intention to use the images should seek permission to the ALP as well as the main author of the image.
These images were taken using a Stellarvue SV70 ED refractor with a Coronado Solarmax 60 Hydrogen Alpha Filter. These were imaged with a TIS DMK33UX250 camera. I was surprised to see some prominences. They were only visible with longer exposure times! All times are PHILIPPINE STANDARD TIME.
Mark Ian Singson
Images taken using Canon EOS M50 mirrorless camera on Meade 1000mm f/11 Maksutov Cassegrain scope.
Image taken using Nikon D3s on Nikon 70-200mm f2.8E FL ED with Nikon AF-S Teleconverter TC-20E lll 2x Aspherical on sturdy tripod.
Val Thomas Abapo
The Partial Solar Eclipse today as captured from Bohol, Philippines.
Home for Christmas! The sky was fortunately crystal clear today and so together with family, everyone enjoyed one of natures grand majestic displays! It was beautiful! Images taken using Canon 650D DSLR on Celestron Nexstar 4SE Maksutov-Cassegrain.
Images taken using Celestron Travel Scope 70 refractor with smartphone mounted on Vixen Polarie star tracker.
Image taken using Panasonic FZ300 bridge camera at 600mm f8 ISO 100 on sturdy tripod.
Francisco Lao, Jr.
A day after the tropical storm passed south of Manila, the sky was still cloudy for the annular solar eclipse, which was partial outside of southernmost Philippines. Still, the sky cooperated for the start of the eclipse, but it was a struggle during maximum eclipse, with thick clouds in the way. Images taken using Nikon DSLR with 300mm telephoto lens.
My shots maybe lame compared to my friends who did an imaging set up, but this collage below was taken straight from my telescope eyepiece, only cut but totally unedited.
Lunt Solar System Scope 60mm
B600 Hydrogen Alpha filter
Taken at 12:56 pm, 2:32 pm and 3:12 pm
Images taken from United Arab Emirates (UAE) using Canon EOS 700D DSLR with Celestron Nexstar SE8 SCT.
That FB live Annular Solar Eclipse setup… William Optics Apo with a Thousand Oaks Solar Filter and Mate20Pro in Eyepiece Afocal Mode.