The Nettar Camera                                                    

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Marcy's Nettar Camera Review:

I traded a couple of prints for this camera. It says Nettar on the front, and has a Zeiss/Ikon insignia. The lens says "Prontor SV".   Takes 12 exposures on 120mm film. This particular model is called a Nettar II and was manufactured in Germany between 1951 and 1955. It's nice and compact and straightforward and folds down to next to nothing.

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Oooo ... very Blair Witch....

McKeown's PRICE GUIDE TO ANTIQUE & CLASSIC CAMERAS  2001-2002 states, "1949-57. Fancier style with body release and chrome top: 6x6cm 'Signal Nettar' also called II (b) = (518/16) and 6x9cm (517/2) or c (518/2). With Tessar: $40-60. With Novar or Nettar lens: $30-50."

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