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Ernemann Heag XVI
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Photos by FC text by FC. From the collection of FC. Last update 2012-02-14 par Eric Borel.

Manufactured or assembled in Germany from 1909 to 1918.
Index of rarity in France: Rare (among non-specialized garage sales)
Inventory number: 10166

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Chronology of cameras Ernemann 

Traduction Manuel M

The back for film in roller accompanying this view camera is impressive. It is removable, allows set up of the frames for the use of glass plates, traditional support (though at the end of the lifetime) of sensitive surfaces at that time.
It also makes it possible with a foot to use a back ground-glass so doing the focusing, particularly at the time of a distance camera/subject lower than two meters. This adjustment of distance is possible by using the double extension of the bellows.

The 8 cm large film, once the onset stuck on the receiving reel out of wooden, allowed the realization of negative of 8 x 11.5 cm. Two red screens on the back of roll-film guided the operator during the change of view after exposure of film.
A removable metal part allows to possibly change back during the session of take of view or to use plates photographs on glass. There is nevertheless any security, in a direction or the other, in the event of handling error of this metal part.

The shutter of this camera is pneumatic. It is cocking by making a rotation (camaera of face in the opposite direction of the needles of a watch) with the selector shutter speed. It is actuated either manually directly on the camera or via a cable release which is unfortunately partially stripped here, traditional phenomenon of the ravage of time that one finds on much material of this time.
The shutter speeds go from the B to the 1/100 of second. The T is used the camera on foot jointly with a ground-glass to make the focusing.

The lens here is a “Aplanat Symétrical” without indication of the focal distance. The diaphragm of the lens allows aperture between F: 3 and F: 22. The plate lens holder allows vertical off-centrings, a mark is associated with the neutral position. A light side off-centring is also possible.

Composing could be made either directly on ground-glass (associate with the pose T), or in a more dynamic way by using the viewfinder associated with a spirit level which is close to the selector speed of the shutter (to be noted the possible rotation of this viewfinder for horizontal composing).
The major part of the items constituting this purpose is numbered what facilitates of it the location (standard and dates) in the production of this manufacturer.
 

Ernemann Heag XVI



Ernemann Heag XVI

Ernemann Heag XVI

Ernemann Heag XVI