1st Quarter Moon video, using different cameras and telescopes. Staring from view of entire 1st quarter as seen through binoculars (7x) and ending in a zoomed in view of craters Theophilus (Top) Cyrillus (Middle) Catharina (Bottom). Theophilus is the most prominent and youngest crater,62.14 miles in diameter and 2 miles deep with a central peak of 2.74 miles. The other two craters are much older and more worn, Catharina is 62 miles in diameter and 1.92 miles deep; Cyrillus is 98 km in diameter and only 1.92 miles deep.
|Lens||300mm f/2.8 Lens w/ 2xb & Hamma Adapter 1.26|
|Mount Type||Velbon CX 687 Tripod|
|Camera||Canon 20d EOS|
|Exposure||Various from 1/500-1.2 seconds|
|Location||College Hill Reservoir, 24th & Lawrence, Eugene, Oregon|
|Conditions||Clear no clouds|
Total Focal length 1210 mm f/5.6. Photos taken with remote switch with camera mounted on a tripod.