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Harvest Moon 2012

This years Harvest Moon.

Camera: Canon 1D MkIV
Exposure: 1/320
Aperture: f/11
Focal Length: 300mm (cropped)
ISO: 500

Categories: Astrophotography, Daily.

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  1. Just curious, why did you pick to shoot with the 1DmkIV and not your new 1DX?

    • Hey Ben!

      The Mk IV was the first camera I grabbed. Honestly, the moon is soooo bright that the low light capabilities of the 1DX are not needed (ISO 500 and f/11) and I knew that with 300mm, I was going to crop anyhow.

  2. B; Why is this one soooo bright?

  3. Nice moon, 1D is the legend of photographic equipment

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