Hand held, 1/5 second (Ok, I was braced on an Adirondack lawn chair), F: 4, ISO: 100, 70mm to 300mm zoom set to 70mm shot of the moon over Lake Champlain taken with my Canon EOS 5D at about 8:30 pm on August 16 this year. Took several and this has the least shake. Reduced the size from ~ 6.5 MB to something like 280kB to post here.
The tough part about shooting the moon at low ISO or with long exposure times is that the sumbitch actually moves very fast - 2,300 miles an hour relative to you standing still. Unless you have a gigantic lens or want a ton of noise, it's tough to get anything but the fullest moon on the clearest night in a shot that is free of blur.