Just been reading a few articles and one point was that if Neil Armstrong was the first man to walk onto the moon, then who was taking the shots of
Neil taking his giant leap for mankind? There is images and videos of the even but how would they be taken from a distance like they were?
A fascinating and compelling read, particularly about the Hasselblads, i've used one myself and they are not so easy to use at the best of times, let
alone (I imagine) in a spacesuit, so how come all moon pics are perfectly focussed?
Jay Weidner found some more interesting stuff than that.
I have compiled my findings over the past 5 days into a single post, Jay Weidner guided me to one of the findings, the rest I found myself www.abovetopsecret.com...
By the way, there are 2 cameras as you can see....
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