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Shot handheld with Samsung NX1000 and 1980’s manual focus super albinar 50-200mm lens at ISO100 and F-3.9 1/200sec.
Full zoom, handheld, and using this old lens with no in camera OIS can be very hit and miss. I think the sharpness of the moon turned out rather well on this particular one though.


I’m not a huge fan of fall daylight savings time as the sun starts going down around 4pm now, and it gets really dark by 5:30 but, on a positive note, I was able to get this shot of the sun dropping behind a cloud right before descending behind the hills and bringing about complete darkness today.