I used my Nikon, but attached it to my Father's 5 inch Celestron Telescope. I also turned on the tracking. I shot at 4000 ISO for 3 seconds. I am not sure what the F stop for the telescope is, but I am sure that it is terrible" I'm a beginner at using anything more than a point and shoot camera, so I don't really know what all that means, but I've got that on the record to figure out before the next eclipse! After watching the blood moon for a good 20 minutes, we went inside to watch "Freetown"(trailer here) - a true story about native Liberian LDS missionaries who had to flee for their lives when the civil war broke out - here is a great article about it. Go see that movie, amazing. As we watched it, I'd go take a peek outside now and then to watch the eclipse finish.
I love seeing all of God's amazing creations. Babies/children, the moon, and roses are my top 3.