Saturday, June 9, 2012

Most expensive Camera shelf ever

ISS crew has the great chance to use top of the line Nikon cameras. Here is a view of some of the gears available in the space station.
Some D2s and D3s are waiting to be used and are stored on their articulated monopods in the ISS cupola.

When you consider that each camera has a price tag of roughly 5000$ and the ISS cost is said to be above 100 bn$, one can say that either the station is the most expensive place to hold Nikons or  these cameras are most probably the cheapest pieces of hardware flying around the earth...

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