Stunning Time Lapse View of the World on the 100th Anniversary of Nikon

Nikon Europe released this 3-minute video by SmugMug Films showing a compilation of time lapse videos of Earth created using thousands of still photos shot by Nikon DSLRs onboard the International Space Station.  The bright flashes are lightning strikes hitting the earth, watch and enjoy.

The video above was created as a promo leading up to Nikon’s 100th anniversary event on July 25th.

“Nikon’s history in Space began with the Nikon Photomic FTN, a modified Nikon F camera that was used aboard the Apollo 15 in 1971 and Nikon cameras have been aboard every manned space flight since,” Nikon says.

NASA launched a new website at images.nasa.gov where you can search their entire photo archive – you can spot a lot of Nikon cameras.

Three of Discovery's seven crew members are pictured during a break from activity on the mission's fourth day in space. From the left are Rick D. Husband, pilot; Tamara Jernigan, mission specialist, and Kent V. Rominger, commander. The photo was taken with an electronic still camera (ESC) at 09:50:34 GMT, May 29, 1999.

To learn more about Nikon’s 100th anniversary, visit their special website. There will be more videos coming from Nikon leading up to their official 100th anniversary this summer, so stay tuned to Imaging Resource for more.

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Nikon Commemorates 100th Anniversary with Stunning Time Lapse Video
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Nikon Commemorates 100th Anniversary with Stunning Time Lapse Video
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Nikon released this stunning time lapse video of Earth created using thousands of still photos on board the International Space Station.
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David Sornberger Photography
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