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by MJ Koenig
Briefly, trying to encourage photography for my two granddaughters I bought them Canon Rebel T6i and the T8i, and I have the T7i. I have asked everyone I know about what filter we need for the solar eclipse in our area in 2024. No one seems to know. Several years ago, I was late in the game and had to make filters with expensive "film" I bought--it was an awful process and I want the right "real" filters.
At this time I have to review their lenses, I know I need a 58mm filter for "up to 300" lens. I need to find out their lens size, I forgot but they have either the 300 or 400 size.
You can tell I am not a professional--
Thanks for asking about the best solar eclipse filter for your Canon Rebel t6i, t7i, and t8i cameras. Just reminding all our readers that safety is important when photographing a solar eclipse. That goes for protecting your camera sensor and even more importantly for preventing damage to your eyesight.
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