A poster sent me mail asking how I took this shot and made it not\nblurry: [URL]http://trupin.smugmug.com/gallery/956734[/URL]\n\nI took the photo at ISO 800, 1/80. I was finding that it took several\nseconds for the shutter vibration to die down because the D70 has no\nmirror lock-up. (The Meade ETX125 is about 1900mm, f/15.) Instead of\ntaking longer exposures that showed motion blur, I tried to get one that\nwould be almost fast enough to minimize vibration. I set the camera to\ndo continuous shooting, hoping that I could remove any button press\nshake with the second or third image. Unlike with long-exposures of\nstars, night scenes, etc., I couldn't wait a few seconds for the shake\nto stop and then remove a card from the front of the telescope.\n\nAt ISO 800, I got quite a bit of noise, so I ran the image through Neat\nImage to clean it up. Other people have mentioned stacking 10 or 20 of\nthe same shot to come up with something crisper.\n\nOr, I could just get a camera with MLU.