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Not a good idea to shoot into the sun like that unless you want a damaged sensor.
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Geebax Posted at 2016-1-30 20:01
Not a good idea to shoot into the sun like that unless you want a damaged sensor.

Direct sunlight shouldn't damage the sensor.  Just think of all the security cameras that are in direct sunlight for a portion of their day, every day.  

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nrgwise Posted at 2016-1-31 12:18
Direct sunlight shouldn't damage the sensor.  Just think of all the security cameras that are in di ...

Unless there is a good infra-red filter fitted, it does have the potential to damage the sensor. Consider a very small focussed image of the sun projected onto the surface of the sensor. Localised heating can be severe.
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