A Gibbous Moon from Brisbane, 7th Jan 2018.
Whilst waiting for Jupiter and Mars to arise in the dawn skies, I took a series of photos of our Moon through my 210mm diameter F11.5 telescope with the canon 5D Mk IV fitted in place of the eyepiece. Taken at 1/30 sec, ISO100.
The optical design of my particular ‘scope gives a sweet, sharp spot towards the centre of the field of view with increasing coma as you move towards the edges. This is the Dall-Kirkham design which is why the image appears to soften towards the edges.
PS - ignore the Canon 800mm lens in the meta data - I used a telescope with efl of 3860mm