From the Apollo 15 mission in 1971 onwards, every manned space flight has had a Nikon camera onboard. Here are a few time-lapse videos made using Nikon cameras aboard the International Space Station. We recommend playing the video at 0.75x speed.
Nikon jumps head first into the crowded action camera market with the compact KeyMission 360. It packs two sensors, allowing it to capture 360º video and stills in 4k resolution. It’s also waterproof, and resistant to dust, shock, and cold, and has electronic vibration reduction.
A point-and-shoot with ample power. The L610 has a 16mp CMOS sensor, 25mm-350mm lens with 14x optical zoom, 3″ LCD, SD card slot and is powered by 2 AA batteries. It can also shoot 1080p video.
Nikon enters the rugged camera biz with this sturdy 16mp/1080p GPS digicam, waterproof to 33 feet, impact resistant to 5 foot drops and freeze-proof to 14°F. Available in orange, black or blue.
The latest entry-level dSLR from Nikon gets a 14.2-megapixel CMOS sensor and full 1080p HD video. A 18-55mm zoom lens with image stabilization rounds out the package.
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