Digital Camera's Advanced Zoom Explores The Moon's Surface

ViralHogPublished: October 6, 2016489 plays$1.38 earned
Published: October 6, 2016

Photography has come a long way since its inception. It all started when people realized that there are some substances that are sensitive to light. Before the creation of the first camera, people relied on painters to paint their portraits, but it all changed at the beginning of the 19th century.

There aren’t many known photographs before the 19th century because people still hadn’t developed a way to preserve the photographs they were taking. The first major breakthrough happened in the 1820s, when French photographer Joseph Nicéphore Niépce managed to fix an image that was captured with a camera. Since then, we have witnessed a reduced time of capturing a photograph as well as better quality of photos with better resolution and vivid colors.

This footage just goes to prove how far technology has come. We moved from analog photography to digital, and there are endless possibilities for growth. It seems that every day we use the digital camera, another invention in that field pops up and it never seizes to amaze us. The photographs are no longer grainy and blurry and the colors are out of this world. The same applies to the zoom options, apparently you can now see the surface of the Moon, just by using a digital camera. This footage was taken through the Nikon coolpix P900’s 83x optical zoom and the sight is glorious. You can see each nook and cranny, almost as if you were a few miles away.

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