ISS Pass Video
Don't blink! This is a 'real' time ISS pass on May 6th from just outside Armstrong at 11:17:34. The ISS is an angular size of 53.92" and crossed the sun in just 0.74 sec. Taken with an Omni 102 XLT telescope, baader filter and D5200 camera using a variable eye piece projection technique (24mm was used). PIPP was used to crop the HD video and Photoshop was used to put the video back together at its native 30 fps.
Unfortunately, the dirt from the eye peice can be seen throughout the video.