Went outside and looked up and saw this incredible halo! I don’t know anything more about it than that! That and 16mm on a full frame isn’t enough to capture it all. Probably need a fisheye. 😎
So here’s a bit of nerdy post. In the midst of Corona-Mania-2019, I managed to run out and nab a photo of the super moon on April 7. I used the same lens for both of these photos, the veritable 70-200 f/4 Nikkor. On the left is it on a full frame, 36MP Nikon D800 camera. On the right it is on the 24MP Fuji X-Pro2 with an adaptor. Fuji is a crop sensor so you get the effective extra reach of the lens. But it is interesting how the fuji seems to capture more detail.
Some of the increased acuity comes from Lightroom’s rendering of Fuji RAW files. The dreaded “wormy” details show up as noise in the image which does have the effect of making it look sharper. This is a side effect of how Adobe render’s the X-Trans sensor images. They have made gains to correct it with Adobe Camera RAW but it’s still present to my eye.
The Nikon file doesn’t have the wormy detail. But as a result it doesn’t look quite as sharp.
This discussion is taking place at 300% – which is stupid. Pixel peeping this close is a thing nobody really does except camera nerds. And maybe u if you’re still reading! 😂
So there’s the Pink Super Moon on two cameras with the same lens. If you’ve ever wondered why this is called a “Pink” super moon or a Wolf moon, check out this article. The Pink moon has the added blessing of calculating the date of Easter. 😎 🙏