Photo of Pleiades and (overexposed) Venus less than 2 degrees apart (the width of this view)
You can see this with binoculars pointed near Venus after dark.
On this very clear, but very windy night, I used photoshop elements to put together a mosaic of the Moon. There is some fuzziness near the terminator, but otherwise very sharp – as you can see if you enlarge the photo.
Individual photos were 1/120 second ISO 400 with Canon XS attached to telescope with adapter (‘prime focus’).