Ivan, Sounds like a job fo


Sounds like a job for a polarizing filter. You’ll need to rotate the filter while looking through the viewfinder, until you find the rotaional position where the glare is least. BTW, if you have a 3CCD camcorder, it would be best to use a circular polarizer, since it will properly condition the light before it goes into your camcorders beam-splitting prisms.

If you don’t want to invest in a polarizing filter…. well, then just imagine that the hanger door is a giant mirror, and you want to wait until the sun is high enough in the sky that it would not be seen from the camcorder’s position.

Good luck, πŸ™‚
Ken Hull

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