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mikesrc

OKLAHOMA CITY, US
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mikesrc Registered since 03rd May 2009
Sat 05-May-12 12:23 PM

Need a little help on how to shoot the super moon this evening. I have a D800 but the longest lens I have is a 200mm and it's not real fast it's a 28-200 3.5-5.6G. I do have a good tripod. So will you folks give me a starting point to maybe get a good picture or two. you know exposure, F stop, things like that.

Thanks Mike Southard in OKC

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