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Originally posted by dadfortruth1
I just recorded i video of the super moon from Australia.
At the 28 second's in the video you can see somthing fly from the left to right in an upwards diagonal direction across the moon.
It's most likley an insect or bird (so pls dont bash me) but with my understanding of photography I would think if the moon is in focus, somthing as close as a bird or insect would not be picked up by the camera.
Would the aperture of a video camera be small enough to have such a large field of focus?
Anyway Im sure you will enjoy the super moon.
Originally posted by jimmyx
the "bug" flying across doesn't interest me...the TILT does...i have alway heard that the moon is stationary as far as rotation...apparently not.