I have an interest in the Total Solar Eclipse, particularly both the Shadow Bands and possible Anomalous Gravitational Effects. I made a small effort to video the Shadow Bands, but may have inadvertently captured some Gravitational Disturbances. At both the start and end of Totality, the video picture blurs and distorts noticeably, and then recovers quickly. The camera was on a small tripod on a reasonably stable position. A quite strong gust of wind about 30 seconds after Totality can be seen and heard, but this caused absolutely no movement of camera or capture area. Just the shadow of a thin palm tree about a meter away moves in the breeze.
The Camera is a Samsung VP MX10 model which has Electronic Image Stabilization or EIS. I Have located the Service Manual and found that this model is fitted with a gyro. It is this gyro being disturbed, which may have caused the recording of a Gravitational Anomaly similar to that found by Maurice Allais in the 1950s. The camera User Manual says to turn the EIS off when using a tripod, but I was not aware of this at the time. It was definitely turned on, as was auto focus.
I have just over 10 minutes of video, complete with the sound. About 5 mins before and 3 mins after Totality. The camera was set to record at a high quality rate. I remained within a meter of the camera, but did not watch the capture area. A heavy cloud obscured the Eclipse during Totality so I did not expect to see any Shadow Bands. Surprisingly, the video has captured interesting images at the time when the Shadow Bands should have been visible. This is a "seething" or "swirling" of distinct red and green in focus. When viewed frame by frame the image appears to jump side to side at almost the same rate as the video, 25 frames per sec, and about the same distance as Shadow Bands I have seen pictures of. About 250mm.
The video has not been edited so is quite boring except for anyone interested in Shadow Bands. It is quite a large file at about 340Mb. It is best watched on a large TV screen in a dark room. It can be accessed at this youtube link. https://youtu.be/9ZJIcdKgZIY