During the night of august 31/september 1, 2014 I observed meteors from the flat roof of my dormer. There I observed a brillant fireball at 22:14:50 UT(~5 s). A slow moving yellow/white "ball" with a 1 degrees long tail/wake. B.t.w. it was my first fireball in 2014 after watching for 70 hours until now....
My all sky camera captured this fireball, it lasted for 3 seconds (25 breaks making with 8,333 breaks a second).
Picture 2: Crop of previous image.
Camera: Canon EOS 40D
Lens: Sigma 4.5 mm F2.8 EX DC Circulair fish eye
Timer Controller: Canon TC-80N3
Exposure time: 89s
Interval: 1 s
Period UT: 22:13:30 - 22:14:59
Time meteor UT: 22:14:50 UT (~5 s, my own visual observation)
Simultaneously with stations: EN-95 (Benningbroek, Jos Nijland), EN-97 (Klaas Jobse), Almelo (Sietse Dijkstra)
Remarks: 25 breaks (3 seconds visibility)