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This New Camera Allows You To See The Wonders Of Space REALLY Close Up!
If you're a natural stargazer who yearns to see the magic of our Universe in HD, then this new you toy is definitely going on your Christmas list!
Thanks to the invention of smart phones, most of us fancy ourselves photography pro's (no? Just us?).
However, there's a new kid in town and it's putting our iPhone 6's to shame.
The new Nixon COOLPIX P900 is taking amateur photographers and pros by storm alike thanks to it's INCREDIBLE zoom.
Not only will you be able to see your friends and family in high definition than ever before, this little gizmo actually lets you see things as far away as the MOON in minutiae detail!
Camera user Daniel Pelletier apparently used his hot new gadget to magnify the surface of the moon thanks to its but in zoom AND digital zoom.
Now let's hope everyone uses this new found power wisely.
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Make Heart the soundtrack to your day and you could be a winner with great prizes up for grabs throughout the day.
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