I had my first chance to get another time lapse of the moon. My first one I did was with a 200mm Canon EOS lens I had borrowed from a friend. This one I did with my old Tokina Minolta mount 200mm lens, and the MD to EOS adapter. If you compare the two, you can see how much I have learned over the past few months. Here's to better quality videos for everyone!!!

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This was my first time doing a time lapse of the nighttime sky. I was out of town in a remote area, and had a great chance to catch this. Even though it turned out great, I also learned quite a bit that I will apply to more clips if I ever have the chance to again. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for the 2 satellites that pass by in the clip. This video was shot using a Canon EOS Rebel T2i and a Sigma 24mm f/1.8 EX DG Lens.

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