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Old Sep 29, 2012, 10:14 AM   #1
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Default My first decent moon image

This is something I've never been able to do (neither the FZ35 or GF1), the FZ150 did a nice job, I think!

FZ150 + LT55. ISO 100, 1/200, f5.2, EV -0.33, Center Meter, Spot AF, M mode. No tripod, just rested the camera against a fence.

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Old Sep 29, 2012, 11:14 AM   #2
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Well Saly; you've gone & done it again! Another superb image! I love it!
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Old Sep 29, 2012, 11:36 AM   #3
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gorgeous!
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Looking good Saly.

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Perfect shoot of the moon Yuki, Congrats
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Thanks Carol, killer, Jim and Alex!
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Smashing!
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Nice image, and surprised to learn you haven't attempted the moon yet. I too have found that a tripod is not always necessary, but at higherzooms, even the slightest shake is magnified so it is better to rest the camera firm. Tipod would be a bonus, as it will free us of that worry to concentrate on framing.
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Well done saly, very clear indeed.
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Thanks you Dave, Raghu and banksly!

Raghu, I've tried and tried with both my FZ35 and GF1 but I was never successful until now!
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