Nikon lens spotted in the historic SpaceX DM-2 launch and docking

There is a new NASA video that shows the “behind the scenes” footage from space during the historic SpaceX DM-2 launch and docking from the perspective of the ISS where you can see some Nikon gear after the 7-minute mark:

You saw history made with the first crewed launch and docking of the SpaceX Crew Dragon, but you didn’t see the flurry of activity on board the International Space Station…until now. Join Expedition 63 Commander Chris Cassidy and his crewmates as they prepare their cameras to document the DM-2 launch, and look over their shoulders to witness the new American spacecraft dock to the station and deliver their new crewmates.

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