The ground track for this event was some 7kms wide and my house was located towards the centre, so I set up my 235mm diameter, 2350mm fl, F10 telescope and fitted my Canon 7D Mk II with a x0.63 Reducer/Flattener to give an effective fl of approx.. 1500mm at F6.3. This was so I could fit in the entire disc of the Moon.
The transit across the face of the (3/4) Moon was scheduled to last for 0.49 sec and I managed to record some 12 frames which I combined in CS6 to show the path of the ISS.
The more detailed, high resolution composite was taken through another telescope, using a 1920x1200 webcam at an effective fl of approx. 3500mm.
The transit lasted less than 0.49 seconds from my place, so it was a bit tricky choosing the optimum moment to trip the 7D Mk II which can shoot at 10 fps, whilst remembering to start recording with the webcam.