Moon travelling at 1000% speed

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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Jean-Pierre La Forest

Photographer / Videographer at Studio JPIC
Jean-Pierre La Forest is a photographer and videographer based out of Florenceville-Bristol, NB, Canada. JP specializes in commercial and tourism photography and videography, where he helps businesses, artists, and towns to market themselves. He also teaches the art of photography on his YouTube channel and blog. You can reach him on

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