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This camera zoom will pretty much take you to the moon

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Have you ever been to the Moon?

Daniel Pelletier has. Well, he basically has. When you're wielding a Nikon P900 with a 24-2000mm lens, you can pretty much visit any location sitting on your horizon.

Don't believe us? Then witness the power of Pelletier's 83x optical zoom, demonstrated on our nearest lunar body.

Yep. You can see shadows on the surface of the Moon. With a camera. It makes Google Maps look like an amateur operation. 

Just don't go pointing that monster at any bedroom windows Pelletier, there's a good chap. 

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