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Debrie "Le Parvo" K, c. 1922 Joseph Debrie, Paris. 35 mm movie camera for 120 m film, 2 cassettes

In Photographica & Film

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Debrie "Le Parvo" K, c. 1922
Joseph Debrie, Paris. 35 mm movie camera for 120 m film, 2 cassettes inside, lens: Zeiss Tessar 1:3,5/75 mm, viewfinder system: telescope finder or film back (loupe loose), crank-drive. Marked inside: "J. Debrie" and "No. 1493" – Very rare silent movie camera! Condition: (3-/3-)

Debrie Le Parvo K, um 1922
Joseph Debrie, Paris. 35mm-Filmkamera für 120 m Film in 2 Innenkassetten (vorhanden). Objektiv: Zeiss Tessar 1:3,5/75 mm. Suchersystem: Ausschnittbestimmung über Fernrohrlupe auf der Filmrückseite (Lupe muß neu verschraubt werden). Antrieb durch Handkurbel (vorhanden). Die Parvo K ist eine seltene Stummfilmkamera. Das Laufwerk ist bezeichnet mit "J. Debrie", Werk-Nr. 1493. Diese Kamera wurde also vor der Übernahme des Kamerawerkes durch André Debrie hergestellt. Zustand: (3-/3-)
Debrie "Le Parvo" K, c. 1922
Joseph Debrie, Paris. 35 mm movie camera for 120 m film, 2 cassettes inside, lens: Zeiss Tessar 1:3,5/75 mm, viewfinder system: telescope finder or film back (loupe loose), crank-drive. Marked inside: "J. Debrie" and "No. 1493" – Very rare silent movie camera! Condition: (3-/3-)

Debrie Le Parvo K, um 1922
Joseph Debrie, Paris. 35mm-Filmkamera für 120 m Film in 2 Innenkassetten (vorhanden). Objektiv: Zeiss Tessar 1:3,5/75 mm. Suchersystem: Ausschnittbestimmung über Fernrohrlupe auf der Filmrückseite (Lupe muß neu verschraubt werden). Antrieb durch Handkurbel (vorhanden). Die Parvo K ist eine seltene Stummfilmkamera. Das Laufwerk ist bezeichnet mit "J. Debrie", Werk-Nr. 1493. Diese Kamera wurde also vor der Übernahme des Kamerawerkes durch André Debrie hergestellt. Zustand: (3-/3-)

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