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Old Aug 22, 2010, 5:11 PM   #11
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Greg - did you know they discovered insects on the moon????


They found lunatics on the moon.
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Greg - did you know they discovered insects on the moon????
And even more importantly, what camera settings and zoom factor will we need to take a good macro photo of them?

The Panasonic FZ4000, with 1.024,048x digital zoom, coming out Fall 2310....
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Have they ever pointed Hubble at the Moon? I mean if it can see to the edge of the universe, what detail would it see on the moon???
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Old Aug 24, 2010, 1:17 AM   #14
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1/160 second
F4.4
ISO 100
Full zoom and EZ zoom (image size set to 3meg)
Used Auto focus
Saturation and sharpness set to +1
Noise reduction high (+1)

Here's an old one of mine.


Handheld shot, but braced against the side of my house
Took a lot of shots, and cropped the best to get rid of excess sky.

And one of Jupiters moon (it is a superzoom after all - haha)

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you are amazing, clint!
Strange! In greece the cheese moon is blue...
lol!
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Here's an old one of mine.
Nice picture cheeseboy.
It took me a few seconds to notice that there is something wrong
with that moon shot. It is upside down!

G'day from the northern hemisphere.
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Thank you for sharing your information cheeseboy.

I will try to take one like that tonight, together with my DCR 2025 Pro, I'm curious about the result ).

And uhm...nice Jupiter bubble? :P

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Took these last night with a Raynox DCR2025 attached. I denoised the 1st one a very little. What do you think of them?



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How long have you had the lens?
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I'm sorry, but what do you exactly mean?

Do you mean, how long I already own the lens, or something else? If you mean that, which I guess, it's a few weeks. (Bought it 2nd-hand).

Your reply makes it sound like there's something wrong, which I hope is not the case
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