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Double Vision (Leica Stemar 33mm f3.5 Stereo Lens)

Posted by Jesse Seberras on

Double Vision (Leica Stemar 33mm f3.5 Stereo Lens)

Stereoscopic imaging was first developed in the early 1800's and it wasn't long before it was adapted to photography through the use of stereo lenses. In the days before moving pictures a stereoscopic photograph was a pretty damned amazing thing. So much so that when Queen Victoria visited the World's Fair in London in 1851 she was reportedly so excited about it that it caused quite the stir and help make it a popular form of entertainment up until the turn of the century. By the 1900's It fell out of fashion for a few decades until a resurgence after WWII with...

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