The moon may appear quite stationary to the naked eye, but point a camera at it with a 300mm lens long enough, and you’ll notice the movement. To make it more apparent, I sped it up to 10 times its normal speed, so 1000% speed.
Description from YouTube:
This is a quick video I shot of the moon on my Canon T2i with the Tamron SP 70-300 VC USD lens @ 300mm.
I then sped up the video at 1000%, as I felt a 21 minute was too slow.
The audio is me playing the Yamaha Clavinova CLP-370 PE, recorded on the Zoom H4n using the built-in speakers.
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