I was trying to get a couple of quick handheld shots of the waxing crescent moon with Venus with my Nex-5N last night, when just for fun I thought I'd snap Jupiter and see if the moons showed up with the Sony 200mm zoom. Much to my surprise I was able to see a couple of the moons with just a hand held shot, so I went in and got my tripod to try a couple of more. The Nex camera doesn't fit on the tripod the best and I'm not familiar enough with it to play with manual shutter speeds, plus I don't like composing with the LCD for pictures like this so I switched it with my wifes Pentax Kx & 250 mm Sigma lens. I did a couple of shots at several seconds exposure & was pleasantly surprised with the results for a quick spur of the moment image. I'm not sure if it's from lens flare, diffraction, or just a bit of jiggle, but it made the moons look way bigger & retained their spherical shape. I'm not sure where the moons are right now, but it looks like I got 4 of them in this image. Here is the best shot, cropped quite a bit to make it bigger.