Very nice shots everybody and thanks for posting. I've been out shooting the last three nights myself but haven't had a chance to even pull them from card. Out of town right now so it probably won't be until Friday night until I can view them.
Anyway I was impressed with how sharp those images are with slow shutter speeds (1/15 I believe in one case) and some hand held. I'm still trying to learn what are the best settings and methods for shooting the moon.
I'm using a 7D with 70-200 f/4 IS lens and some are shot with a 1.4 II. I'm shooting in M at ISO 400, trying to keep the shutter above 250, AV between f/4 ~ f/8, and exposure bracketing. I did a series focusing using LV, AF single point, and then just setting the lens to the infinity mark (vertical line of the "L"). I am surprised how hard it is to get a pin point focus, it almost seems that AF is easier and more reliable than manual focus--of course I'm just going off my LCD since I haven't viewed them yet in LR. You would think you could set your lens to infinity and be good but that doesn't seem to be the case. Oh and yes, I'm using a sturdy tripod and the Canon ($$) tripod ring for my 70-200, and IS turned off.
Any tips or suggestions would be appreciated. BTW, my skies have been a little hazy so I'm not expecting any stars like Westr70's excellent shot.