Find great deals on eBay for contessa nettle camera. Shop with confidence. Feb 11, 2015 The only mention in the manual about the port hole on the back is as follows" The disc provided with our trademark in the backwall of the camera can be removed by turning 18 to the left (curved arrow)" I have exposed a few rolls of film albeit a number of years ago, but I do remember the images were sharper than expected.
ContessaNettel Camera Catalog ContessaNettel was a prolific German manufacturer of quality camera equipment. The company was located in Stuttgart, Germany and operated under the ContessaNettel name from 1919 until 1926. ContessaNettel Cocarette Contessa Nettel was a camera company in Stuttgart under the direction of Dr. August Nagel that offered buyers about forty different models including many variations of the Cocarette in the 1920s. The Cocarette was a nonself erecting folding camera for rollfilm.
It was one of the first new products of the German camera maker ContessaNettel after the merger that led to the foundation of that company in 1919. The Cocarette camera series was continued after ContessaNettel itself was merged into the Zeiss Ikon group. Like many other folding Rare, Classic, Collectibles Cameras: Specializing in Bloch Physiographe, Contura Stereo, Ernemann Stereo Ernoflex, Contessa Nettel Tropical, Busch Verascope, Pilot 1920s 120 film Contessa Nettel Cocarette 10.
5 cm tessar dial set Compur METER After the formation of Zeiss Ikon the Cocarette was given the model number '519 with variations, 5192,denoting the film format. 3106. photography Created 13 August 2000 Updated 28 June 2009 Film Equipment Ditmar Eumig Revue Movie frames Celluloid Films List of all cameras ContessaNettel camera manual front side German, 208 Kb: ContessaNettel camera manual back side German, 264 Kb: Exposure card Where FILM camera instruction manuals have been found for FREE since 1997 (donations accepted with a smile) BACK TO MAIN CAMERA MANUAL PAGE ZEISSIKON Camera Instruction Manuals Camera instruction manuals.
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ESTABLISHED MAY 28, 2005 Zeiss Ikon Cocarette is a folding bed medium format film camera, manufactured by Zeiss Ikon AG, Dresden, Germany, and produced between. Cocarette is a continued model of ContessaNettel. The Citoskop is a stereo plate camera with a reflex waistlevel viewfinder (a stereo TLR), made by ContessaNettel from about 1924, and continued in production after the merger that created Zeiss Ikon. The Piccolette is a beautiful folding camera manufactured by ContessaNettel (and later by Zeiss Ikon).
It was introduced in 1919 and production was discontinued in 1932. The Piccolette uses 127 film. Most cameras have a fixed 6. 3 Novar or an f11 Achromat lens. ContessaNettel Volupa Old cameras can often be found at some of the Vienna markets.
This time I found a large folding camera, a ContessaNettel. The set was complete, with bag, 3 original backs, film pack back, 1 glass plate, manual (which consists of only one sheet), exposure card and a data sheet for Rodinal developer.