Superzoom Moon Contest

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OutsideTheMatrix
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Re: Superzoom Moon Contest

threed123 wrote:

Even with vibration reduction, you can get double images, very very small, but they do fuzz up edges. That's always why I force the lowest ISO with a higher shutter speed, but not an extremely high f/stop is the biggest issue. This was handheld, but if you use a tripod ALWAYS turn off VR--image is sharpest then. Detail is always lost when overexposed, so under-exposed and post processed will keep the most detail.

Thanks, I think a tripod might be necessary for me, as I tried to keep the ISO manageable at 200, but the shutter speed was still too slow at 1/200 sec.

Is BSS of any help here?

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