No. Though the moon appears to be still, using too long of a shutter speed can actually cause the moon to look blurred because of its movement. This may be a good time to check your hyperfocal distance tables.
Might be more a matter of clouds/rain than laziness here in SoCal! Again... I missed the last eclipse because of weather, and now this. Oh well, probably for the better, I have a big photoshoot that afternoon anyway.If laziness doesn't take over, I'll pack my stuff and spend the night at the mountains. Should be fun!
Longer lens and I shoot at f/16 or better which means bumping up the ISO to get good shutter speeds. Im trying to decide where I want to shoot it. Depending on how large it is will determine the focal length. I know 100mm will be the minimum.
And pray for a cloud free night.