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pablophotographer 9 1.9k 407
24 Jan 2019 3:37AM
Hi. It seems that a times 2 converter would help bring the moon closer to create more impact in the frame.
pablophotographer
Chinga Plus
10 3 2 United Kingdom
24 Jan 2019 4:24AM
Excellent Lunar image and tones !!
Isabel GrinGrin
KrazyKA 5 1.5k United Kingdom
24 Jan 2019 8:16AM

Quote:Hi. It seems that a times 2 converter would help bring the moon closer to create more impact in the frame.
pablophotographer



Yes no doubt, but already it's difficult enough trying to hold the camera steady when lens extended to 300mm, using a converter will add extra length and weight!!!! I have a 400mm and that's impossible handheld when the moon is almost vertically above you!!!!
laura1 17 8
24 Jan 2019 12:00PM
great shot!

Laura
pablophotographer 9 1.9k 407
24 Jan 2019 5:09PM
You need a sturdy tripod, but given the fact that D80 controls noise well even at 800 ISO, I would say "go for it".
Depending on your location you may manage to get the moon early on its rise where it looks bigger.
pablophotographer

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