It surprisingly difficult to get a good image of the moon with a fair bit of detail, you really need over 300mm, but try around 1/400th-500th sec. F6.3 ISO 100-200.
Don't forget to adjust the EV by about -
It also tends to be better if it isn't a full moon.
The moon tends to be a strange yellowy colour sometimes, so I prefer to convert to B&W, but that's personal preference really.
This is one I took earlier last year;(large crop, of around 500KB)Moon
by Carl B.1
, on Flickr
btw,He who dies with the most toys, WINS!Nikon D800E & D700 bodies + Nikon 200-400mm F4 VR1, 50mm F1.4G, 16-35mm f/4G VR, 105 F2.8 VR macro, 70-300mm lenses. A couple of filters, Giotto tripod & ballhead. Lowepro Slingshot 302 AW