Kodak had an article in one of their photo-guides about shooting a series of just the full moon. The moon was always in the upper right portion of the frame. Later the film was reloaded making a double exposure to have a large moon in the scene.
Their top camera at the time was the Retina Reflex IV. The 200 mm f 4 was the lens used for the moon and a 50 or 35 for the second exposure. The film was Kodachrome 64 and the exposure on a full moon was 1/60 @ f4. The maximum on the 200 lens.
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