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Fuji s700 taking good moon shots

I'm trying to get moon pictures. What are the best camera settings to accomplishing my goal?

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Shutter speed 50 to 80 ISO at 64 get your apature as small as it will go lagest f number set your focus to single point and single focus if you feel comfortable useing manual focus it is better but my manual focus stopped working here is the link to one of my moon shots on flickr

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2516/3966267384_90afc0b269.jpg

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Assuming you mean pictures of the moon itself and not a night shot with the moon in it, set your camera to the manual exposure mode and ignore the light meter.

There's an old rule-of-thumb called the "Sunny Sixteen Rule." This states that the proper exposure under a midday sun is an aperture of f/16 and a shutter speed of 1 over the ISO. For example with an ISO 200 film or a digital sensor set at ISO 200 the proper exposure is f/16 and 1/200 second.

What does this have to do with night shots of the moon? Well, the moon is simply a large piece of rock under a cloudless midday sun. Thus the Sunny Sixteen Rule gives you a starting point for the exposure. You can then refine it by reviewing the picture on the LCD and looking at the histogram. The sky will go completely black and you won't see any stars, but you should be able to see at least some of the features of the lunar landscape.

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Burst mode is set in the Menu of the camera. Then press left arrow instead of right arrow. You will see normal or burst mode. Select normal mode. Hope this helps.

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