Image of November 14th 2016 Super Moon at 1/400th

November 14th, 2016 Super Moon

The Tamron 150-600mm G1 lens is simply amazing.  Such great results time after time.  Never a focusing issue, snaps to focus like it has ESP to know what you want.  I also am amazed by the stabilization provided by Tamron’s VC.  I was able to get acceptably sharp pics using the D7200 in the 1.3x crop mode (which gives a 1.95 total crop) all the way down to 1/100th sec hand held.  That is really amazing.  That is at almost 1200mm field of view at that crop mode.

Going to 1/200th sharpens a bit more and 1/400th almost every image is tack sharp.  With VC off I have to be at 1/1000th or higher to get tack sharp images.

The moon started out an orange red color, turning to bright yellow, and as it moved above the horizon became closer to the soft silver we love about it.

Image of the November 14th 2016 Super Moon
November 14th 2016 Super Moon at 1/400th
Image of November 14th 2016 Super Moon
November 14th 2016 Super Moon at 1/100th
Image of November 14th 2016 Super Moon in Bokeh behind foliage.
November 14th 2016 Super Moon in Bokeh
Image of November 14th 2016 Super Moon at 1/100th
November 14th 2016 Super Moon at 1/100th
Image of November 14th 2016 Super Moon at 1/200th
November 14th 2016 Super Moon at 1/200th
Image of November 14th 2016 Super Moon at 1/400th
November 14th 2016 Super Moon at 1/400th 600mm
Image of November 14th 2016 Super Moon at 1/400th
November 14th 2016 Super Moon at 1/400th 500mm
Image of November 14th 2016 Super Moon at 1/200th
November 14th 2016 Super Moon at 1/200th 300mm D3300 & 55-300

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