I was looking at Richard Bosman's excellent website and images. He has contributed many fine lunar images to this forum.
I happened upon some links to AVI's of some of his work. The focus was quite impressive, but what struck me was the apparent amazing seeing represented in those avi's. Here is a link: http://astrofotograf...s-r-bosman.html
I had actually never watched one of my own videos because I capture in SER and I don't have an SER viewer that I am aware of. I used PIPP to convert a recent SER file to AVI so I could view it. This was a night for what I believe is 'average' quality seeing as might be typically reported by Clear Dark Sky for my area. During collimation I would say the Pickering was about 3 to perhaps as bad a 2. My conditions have the focus going in and out and it looks like a mag 9.5 earthquake.
Unfortunately I don't have great skills creating a working .gif to display on this website, so I took a couple of screen captures of one of the best frames and one of the worst frames of the video.
I have attached an image near Archimedes. I am pretty sure it will show up pretty dark on CN, but I didn't adjust it for posting quickly. The image on the left is the fully processed image after stacking the best of 750 frames out of 5000 and all of the other associated processing. The image in the middle is one of the best captures with a resolution of Archimedes M at 3.3 km. The image at the right is one of the poorer frames and shows the variability of the seeing. The processed image on the left is from a whole moon mosaic where the best crater resolves are around 1.5 km. That is quite the improvement from the 3.3 km barely detectable in one of the best frames and speaks to the power of stacking.
Now if I can only get seeing close to Richard's that would be nice for a change!