Nikon F5 and Canon 1N in space.....


Apr 27, 2009
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This is entirely made up . Such nonsense. It was a Sony A900 that was left outside the shuttle. Personnel are not allowed to record / capture stills or motion picture on missions. Only i phones are allowed thou.
 

Sep 17, 2008
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lawls.fake. for one: acceleration due to gravity is the same for everyone (at least on earth and the distance isnt significant enough for me to drag in M1M1/R1-R2 G formula. or something along that line)

so nikon cant fly faster than ur canon =.=
 

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Doesn't know what you guys are talking about... But i heard that Olympus E-System, E-3 I think, is able to take picture in space? :bigeyes:
 

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Doesn't know what you guys are talking about... But i heard that Olympus E-System, E-3 I think, is able to take picture in space? :bigeyes:
all cameras can take in space. irregardless of conditions.

infact film cameras work better as they dun decay in space as fast.
 

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