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SOLD - Debrie Parvo Modele L 35mm Movie Camera - Production Ready, Scratch Tested!

  • Debrie Parvo Modele L 35mm Movie Camera - Production Ready, Scratch Tested!
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Debrie Parvo Modele L 35mm Movie Camera - Production Ready, Scratch Tested!

 

THIS CAMERA'S HISTORY

This Debrie Parvo is from the estate of Photographer / Filmmaker Thomas Bouchard. Bouchard worked with the artists / dancers Martha Graham, Doris Humphrey, Charles Weidman and Hanya Holm, each of whom is credited with broadening the audience of modern dance in the 1930s. Bouchard also worked with such artists as Joan Miro, Marcel Duchamp and Chaim Soutine. He made a film about Fernand Leger and film sequences of his friend Edgar Varese, a composer.

This camera was made by Andre DeBrie and was designed for the USA. It was imported to the United States by the Motion Picture Apparatus Company in New York.

  • Museum quality
  • Scratch tested by Richard Bennett (Cinema Engineering Company)
  • Film cranks through smoothly and easily
  • Tachometer and Film Counter work perfectly and accurately
  • The Nickel plating is beautiful (as a whole, this is a very elegant camera)
  • INCLUDED: Bausch & Lomb Raytar f/2.3 50mm lens
    • The iris is smooth
      No visible rubbing marks on the front or rear element
  • INCLUDED: (7) 35mm Film Magazines
    • One magazine is missing the internal core (easy to find)

This camera is 100 years old and in remarkable, usable condition. However, you should always test cameras before beginning a project.

 

DEBRIE PARVO MODELE L 35MM MOVIE CAMERAS IN CINEMATIC HISTORY

A Debrie Parvo Modele L was used by Dziga Vertov in “Man with a Movie Camera.” It was the favorite camera of Abel Gance, Leni Riefenstahl, and Sergei Eisenstein.

Cinema Engineering Company


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