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Old Feb 20, 2008, 9:31 AM   #11
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Even with O.I.S.; the faster the shutter speed the better. Without O.I.S. the rule is for a 420mm zoom (full resolution) the shutter speed would have to be 1/420th second or better. And for extended optical zoom even faster. O.I.S. allows for a slower speed by a few stops, but I guess what a few stops means is defined by how steady the camera holder is. I know I would not get a moon near that sharp at the speeds you used.

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Old Feb 21, 2008, 12:45 AM   #12
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here are some from last night a few hours before the eclipse' and during the eclipse. Though the speeds for the first few were faster than for the couple taken a few days ago, they are lee sharp. Maybe the full moon is harder to capture. the eclipse was done with a tripod and took 5-7 seconds, colours are relatively o.k. but no sharpness and details. what did I do wrong?

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