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  1. #41

    Default Re: Moon Shoot - 17 Sept

    Quote Originally Posted by commander




    yoz all,

    long time never post already. just took a few photos of the half moon yesterday.
    hmm..

    good good..

    u use wat cam, wat setting ?? would like to try to take like urs..
    Stress Man @ work... :bigeyes:

  2. #42

    Default Re: Moon Shoot - 17 Sept

    hi,

    i am using fz 5.

    the first pic is taken with aperture value F6.3, shutter 1/30, iso 100.

    the second pic is taken F6.3, 1/40, 100.

  3. #43

    Default Re: Moon Shoot - 17 Sept

    Quote Originally Posted by commander
    hi,

    i am using fz 5.

    the first pic is taken with aperture value F6.3, shutter 1/30, iso 100.

    the second pic is taken F6.3, 1/40, 100.
    hmm... ok will try it out..

    mon is FIFTEEN liao.. hehe time to shoot again..
    Stress Man @ work... :bigeyes:

  4. #44

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    Hi guys, i took one today too....comments! hehe!



    Full zoom, manual exposure, f3.3, 1/200s, iso80

    May i ask is there any other better settings for taking moon shots?

  5. #45

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    my old moon images..heh heh






  6. #46

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    Incredible! all with a 3x zoom and much clarity! very nice!

    Quote Originally Posted by airconvent
    my old moon images..heh heh



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  7. #47

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    hi
    i'm using a telescope, that is why its clearer..heh heh
    btw, can you see the images? I can't seem to see my own images from my post.
    for those who are like me, you can see them here :

    www.pbase.com/airconvent

    cheers

  8. #48

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    Quote Originally Posted by airconvent
    hi
    i'm using a telescope, that is why its clearer..heh heh
    btw, can you see the images? I can't seem to see my own images from my post.
    for those who are like me, you can see them here :

    www.pbase.com/airconvent

    cheers
    got a suggestion... shall we ( who wan to take pic of moon ) gather and shoot plus share info abt moon ?? it could be a mini-PLUG..

    Stress Man @ work... :bigeyes:

  9. #49

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    Quote Originally Posted by k3nn3th03
    got a suggestion... shall we ( who wan to take pic of moon ) gather and shoot plus share info abt moon ?? it could be a mini-PLUG..

    thanks for the invite but that would have to be sometime in the further future..
    I sold all my scope adapters together with my Nikon 4300 as an astro package sometime back, so currently no facility to take astro shots through my scope...heh heh

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    I think taking moonshots are challenging, cos the moon is always orbiting ard the earth.....sometime dunno which shutter speed to use to freeze the movement of the moon....cos a subsecond too slow will blur the details of the crater line.....tats my opinion...dunno hw accurate...haha

    anyway, a plug outing will be fine! but seldom see anymore liao....

    Quote Originally Posted by airconvent
    thanks for the invite but that would have to be sometime in the further future..
    I sold all my scope adapters together with my Nikon 4300 as an astro package sometime back, so currently no facility to take astro shots through my scope...heh heh

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    Quote Originally Posted by StanGetz
    I think taking moonshots are challenging, cos the moon is always orbiting ard the earth.....sometime dunno which shutter speed to use to freeze the movement of the moon....cos a subsecond too slow will blur the details of the crater line.....tats my opinion...dunno hw accurate...haha

    anyway, a plug outing will be fine! but seldom see anymore liao....
    I've done moon shots with 1/8s before. Check my above post..
    eat. drink. shoot

  12. #52

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    Quote Originally Posted by StanGetz
    I think taking moonshots are challenging, cos the moon is always orbiting ard the earth.....sometime dunno which shutter speed to use to freeze the movement of the moon....cos a subsecond too slow will blur the details of the crater line.....tats my opinion...dunno hw accurate...haha

    anyway, a plug outing will be fine! but seldom see anymore liao....
    actually the moon is so bright and we use lower magnification, so your exposures are very short, so relative movement of the moon is not an issue here...if you were taking images of Jupiter or Mars, or some deep sky object like the Orion Nebula, than tracking is required.

    (BTW, for the image you were talking about, I used 3 x optical zoom on my camera but it was attached to my telescope set at x45 magnification... )

    cheers

  13. #53

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    Oic...but anyway very nice lor! cheems u seems to noe a lot on astronomy....haha hope to meet up and discuss sometimes..!!


    Quote Originally Posted by airconvent
    actually the moon is so bright and we use lower magnification, so your exposures are very short, so relative movement of the moon is not an issue here...if you were taking images of Jupiter or Mars, or some deep sky object like the Orion Nebula, than tracking is required.

    (BTW, for the image you were talking about, I used 3 x optical zoom on my camera but it was attached to my telescope set at x45 magnification... )

    cheers

  14. #54

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    Quote Originally Posted by +evenstar
    I've done moon shots with 1/8s before. Check my above post..
    Yup i seen ur photo of the moon. incredible, so sharp. guess its realli the difference in the equipment. for mine when i tried to take 1/8s, its overexposed. looks like one bright lantern! so i juz trial an error, f2.8 and varies the shutter speed to take a gd shot.

    anyway, wana chaeck wif u if i used spot-metering mode, will it help? or even spot focued on the moon itself..thanks!

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    Default Re: Moon Shoot - 17 Sept

    Quote Originally Posted by StanGetz
    Yup i seen ur photo of the moon. incredible, so sharp. guess its realli the difference in the equipment. for mine when i tried to take 1/8s, its overexposed. looks like one bright lantern! so i juz trial an error, f2.8 and varies the shutter speed to take a gd shot.

    anyway, wana chaeck wif u if i used spot-metering mode, will it help? or even spot focued on the moon itself..thanks!
    I used manual exposure, get your own desired exposure. I shot at f10
    eat. drink. shoot

  16. #56

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    mmm...so nobody took the partial eclipse tonight....sky was hazy but the eclipse was clear...

  17. #57

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    Hmms.....cant see the eclipse....anyway took this full moon recenntly =)


  18. #58

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    A few people from my astrogroup Singastro took some shots.
    Do check them out at www.singastro.org (you need to register to see the images)

    You can also check out TASOS :
    http://www.tasos.org.sg/astrophoto/s...October%202005

    cheers

  19. #59

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    And don't forget this....more opportunities to take some shots if you are into astrophotgraphy...

    http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthrea...52#post1620252

    cheers

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    took this last week in Shanghai
    handheld, 12x


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