On September 22 I had photographed twice the 97% moon shortly after rising.
The Fuji X-T3 with the Sigma 150-600 and 1.4 teleconverter was used for the picture above. A stack of several images did nothing this time. The single image is sharper and more detailed in my opinion.
The second picture I took with the IR-modified Nikon D80 also on the Sigma 150-600 (without teleconverter). It is really difficult with the small viewfinder and without LV to adjust the sharpness. Took several approaches. However, I had expected something more from the IR recording. The resolution is of course not so good with 10MP.
The color version was rather unusable, so the image was converted to b/w.