Stanley Kubrick lens

Stanley Kubrick lens

To shoot the candlelight-only scenes in Barry Lyndon (British-American period drama film), Stanley Kubrick used rare f/0.7 camera lenses manufactured by Carl Zeiss for NASA. Zeiss made only ten of the lenses; he sold 3 to Kubrick and 6 to NASA, who used them in the Apollo program to photograph the dark side of the moon.

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