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    Hennie, I think a full eclipse is beyond my skill and equipment level. I think one will need to track the moon, because on a lens short enough to see the whole path, the moon will be just a spot.

    But I should probably try a moonrise timelapse sometime.
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    I shot this in April at Rooiputs camp Nikon D500 and Tamron 150-600 G2 handheld ..the air was so clear
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    Canon Powershot SX60 HS 160th/sec app6.5 ISO 1600. Handheld with help from my balustrade.Couldnt quite get same effect with Canon 650D with 600mm Sigma lens
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    The last full moon 3 hrs after moonrise, Pentax 900 coolpix on Auto then photographed with my cellClick image for larger version. 

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    Taken with a Canon 7D hand held on 2019-04-19 21h55

    70-200 at 200mm exposure 1500/1 sec and F8 at ISO 200 and a bit of pushing around in Lightroom then solidly cropped...
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    Tried some moon shots on a Kgalagadi trip a few months ago.

    Olympus OMD EMI Mk II. 300mm f4 + 1.4 TC
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    Okay my first attempt and the pink moon is tomorrow I think. Nikon D850, Nikkor 200-500 f5.6, at f5.6 1/4000 iso 2000.

    What should change Peter?

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    I think your settings are pretty close to ideal.

    Maybe go to f8 and between 1/500th and 1/800th but keeping the overall exposure the same. That will give you considerably lower ISO for less noise.

    Other than that, only location. Somewhere with less atmosphere...
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    Last night. 1/1000th, f8 ISO250.

    D500 + 500f4 + TC1.4

    Maybe a it over-processed.
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    Wow what a shot Peter!

    I went the other route only saw your comments now, eish sorry.

    Nikon d850 nikkor 200-500, old film panagor 2x teleconverter, manual focus, some freehand some on tripod. 1/1000, no f, iso 1000 over edits with ON1. This seem to lose some detail.

    Then just the 200-500 on tripod 1/500 f8-18 was tried. Iso 500 to 125 was tried. Caught a bat.

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    One I took about a month ago

    Olympus OMD EM1 Mk II
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    Nuther one .......

    Olympus OMD EM1 Mk II
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    Okay its not the moon and its a terrible shot but with all the planets being so big in June I tried my luck and almost got lucky...Yes I know its tiny but its saturn after extreme cropping you can almost make out the ring. Think I need to get a p1000 for this. Please ignore the wrong name of photo

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