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Old Dec 10, 2011, 5:09 PM   #1
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I was reluctant to put my eclipse photos on here, I though they were not good enough. but now I have seen others!!!! This one was on Programme, I/250, f 5.6, 100 ISO w/b auto, spot meter, spot focus, tripod and 10 second timer. I was surprised how fast the moon moved across my viewfinder.
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Old Dec 10, 2011, 9:06 PM   #2
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Good shot. I am surprised you got so much noise at ISO 100 and 1/250. How much did you zoom? or is this cropped close?
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Nice shot. I am guessing you brightened this a little and that is what the "noise" is.
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Sorry, mistake there, should read 400 iso, and I forgot to say it was extended zoom x 4, must say all the moon shots I have seen taken on this night are noisy or perhaps it is a thin film of cloud as all of my 20 shots are similar, including the ones with no digital zoom.
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