|1/13", f/11, ISO 100, EF 75-300mm III @300mm|
Saturday, October 20, 2012
Had pretty clear skies at late dusk. Took some 15 images of the crescent moon from f/11 to f/14 at various shutter speeds. To my ever-worsening eyes the sharpness was pretty much the same for the 3 aperture settings. The moon pics I got then are--hands down--the best I've taken thus far, thanks in part to the excellent weather condition. I auto-focused in Live View. Because I was switching Live View on and off I also had mirror lock enabled just in case. I usually use the 2-second self timer but this time around I switched over to 10 seconds given the 300mm focal length.