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Old Jul 25, 2006, 6:57 AM   #1
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I shot these using a tripod, shutter priority, ISO 100, on full zoom.

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Old Jul 25, 2006, 6:57 AM   #2
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Old Jul 27, 2006, 8:17 PM   #3
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Wow - that is great Lionel. I have the same camera but when I had the opportunity to do that on our holidays I could not get organized in time and also did not have my manual handy so my photo is not half as nice. I like the camera though. I just have to take some time to LEARN!

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Cool thx

I tried last night for the first time to get some lunar shots but the results on 'auto' were quite poor even though the moon was clear & bright

I couldn't get the moon in focus at all

I shall try again soon (clouds permitting) and post anything worthy of showing
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Old Sep 17, 2006, 9:04 AM   #5
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s5600+ TCON-17 f5,6 1/100 s Approx 500mm ISO 200 Handheld



Nice pics . I allso tried. I have just bought the teleconverter Olympus TCON-17. I did not use my Manfrottotripod........so the next time i surely get closer (646mm :-)).
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Old Sep 30, 2006, 6:56 PM   #6
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This one was taken handheld in early July using a S5200/S5600 with TCON-17 at ISO 200 , 1/640 second and max aperture in RAW mode . Some post-processing was applied.
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Old Oct 3, 2006, 10:46 PM   #7
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This thread has been crawling along now for several months. Here is one that I took tonight (Oct. 3) with my S9000. It probably has been sharpened a little too much. I don't have any conversion lenses, don't plan to get any. So I cropped the image as much as I could and still show some detail.
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Old Oct 5, 2006, 12:30 PM   #8
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Jphess:

I took few picture of the moon last night with my S9000, I used the tripod and self timer to make sure no hand shake, I tried both manual and auto focus but the pictures came out blur, I don't know why. Can you tell me how did you focus the moon?

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I tried using the regular autofocus, but that simply did not work. So I switched to manual focus. It was the only way I was able to get a half way decent image.
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JPhess:

I just took more than 30 of the moon pictures, this is the best one but still bad. I remember you posted your moon pictures long time ago in this forum, those are really good.

How did other members use focus the moon, auto or manual? Please share.
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