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07-17-2019, 07:20 AM - 10 Likes   #1
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Staring at the Sea of Tranquility Q at 5600mm

Moon with Saturn and Apollo 11 50th anniversary July 16 2019



Moon with Saturn and Apollo 11 50th anniversary July 16 2019 | kayakfari ( kayak .. far .. i )

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Great use of the Q's special talents!
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Great idea and image Kayakfari. Especially on this day. 5600mm is darn impressive.
Thanks for sharing,
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Timely, and well-done!


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Moon with Saturn and Apollo 11 50th anniversary July 16 2019



Moon with Saturn and Apollo 11 50th anniversary July 16 2019 | kayakfari ( kayak .. far .. i )

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Outstanding job, thanks for sharing! I had no idea that Buzz Aldrin looked a little bit strange
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Thanks guyz, hope you've been enjoying the moon all this week!
Now if we could only get a Q with a new-generation sensor AND especially a nice high-res LCD - focusing at high iso is SO grainy & tough.
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Moon Shot

Wow!!
5600mm really fills the Q frame
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Are you using an actual 5600 mm focal length lens, or are you calculating crop factor on a 1000 mm?

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