Pro Tip

NPhoto - - Special Feature -

When the full moon is set­ting in the west, a shut­ter speed of around 1/30 sec is fast enough to cap­ture the moon with­out it blur­ring due to the ro­ta­tion of the Earth, and also to cor­rectly ex­pose the scene. Make sure that you lock the mir­ror up when us­ing a tele­photo, es­pe­cially at this shut­ter speed, as the mir­ror could cause vi­bra­tion that will ruin the sharp­ness of the im­age

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