I'm wondering if anyone caught the total Lunar Eclipse, which was the visible in North America last night, on film. Over at the Online Photographer, someone posted some digital images taken in Northern California. In one of them, after totality, when the rim is beginning to brighten again, he complains that his sensor was unable to capture the full brightness range and I was wondering if 400 speed film would've done a better job. It would be interesting to see a comparison at that same stage, as unlikely as that seems. But that site gets a LOT of traffic, and it's be nice to have a link over there to a nice image of the end of the eclipse on film, showing its superior range.