The first video was taken with a Nikon CoolPix 510P, driven on a Celestron CGEM II mount. This clip is in "real time" but may may observe that the image is upside down. This was because an other camera was on the accessory plate, and this geometry kept the cameras out of each other's way. The diamond ring at the end is very nice.
The second video was taken with a GoPro on a tripod, and is a time-laps "compression" of about 10 minutes.
Watch for the moon's shadow moving in from the upper right of the frame, and then moving away to the horizon at the bottom.
All photos were taken at the Cartier Slough Wildlife Management Area, about 6 miles east of Rexburg, ID.
Here's a still of the diamond ring.