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    Tack för hjälpen.

    Thank you for the help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkroom317 View Post
    Tack för hjälpen.

    Thank you for the help.
    Du är välkommen. (You are welcome)

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    I saw the film a few months ago and in some of the descriptions I read about the movie a Contessa camera was mentioned. Could this mean that one of the cameras on the list of the following link is the camera in question? http://www.camerapedia.org/wiki/Contessa-Nettel

    The movie was pretty good and I loved the lighting & photography throughout the film.

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    Thanks Marc, if a Contessa camera was mentioned, it must be the one she used.

    I hope to see the movie too.

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    The camera is marked Contessa. I searched for a bit, but was never able to find the specific model. I have the movie, so I did what I could. I freeze-framed it, zoomed in and looked very closely.

    I'll check it out again.

    It's not a Zeiss-Ikon camera, and I could only guess that it was from Contessa-Nettel or perhaps even Drexler-Nagel.

    The key is to look for the name on the lens. I'll have to have another look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elekm View Post
    The camera is marked Contessa. I searched for a bit, but was never able to find the specific model. I have the movie, so I did what I could. I freeze-framed it, zoomed in and looked very closely.

    I'll check it out again.

    It's not a Zeiss-Ikon camera, and I could only guess that it was from Contessa-Nettel or perhaps even Drexler-Nagel.

    The key is to look for the name on the lens. I'll have to have another look.
    You are so kind to do that. I truly appreciate your help.
    The information you provided is quite sufficient thank you so very much.
    BTW: Is the movie out on DVD or video now?

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