Nikon DSLRs Aboard The ISS Capture Amazing Time-Lapse Videos Of The Earth

You would think that NASA astronauts would use some sort of special one-of-a-kind space camera to capture those incredible views of the Earth they share on social, but you would be wrong. In a tweet last year, astronaut Tim Peake revealed that all of the breathtaking photos he shared were captured with a Nikon D4 with a variety of lenses. While the Nikon D4 is an expensive DSLR, it is one that is available to all of us on terra firma. And after watching the video below, featuring a collection of time-lapses of the Earth made up of photos captured by Nikon cameras aboard the International Space Station, you’ll want to start saving up for your very own D4. Ticket to ISS sold separately.

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