Experiments with Z moon

A couple of days back, we were really bored and we just got up and moved to the rooftop of the physics dept to try do some astro-photography.

and here's what came of it -

they are all pics of the same moon on the same night.
the difference is the camera settings - The ISO and shutter speed.
from what we realized, we suggest that you guys use

ISO 100 at 1/30,1/60;
ISO 200 at 1/60, 1/100;
ISO 400 at 1/250, 1/600 and even 1/1000.

The DSLR we used was a Canon 550D.

ps - you need a telescope along with the usual camera to be able to take such pictures. 

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