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unknown DRP Fernsehaufnahmewagen

unknown in Der Traum von Olympia: Die Nazi-Spiele von 1936, Documentary, 2016 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Simple truck

unknown DRP Fernsehaufnahmewagen

[*] Background vehicle

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andrepa DE

2019-06-08 13:50

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i think this is the 'Fernsehaufnahmewagen' i ment before. The next step in development of Ü-wagen with a real TV camera instead of Filmkamera like the 'Zwischenfilmwagen'

mike962

2019-06-08 13:59

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and how is anyone spposed to ID it just by the roof view?

-- Last edit: 2019-06-08 14:01:00

rjluna2 US

2019-06-08 15:37

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mike962 wrote and how is anyone spposed to ID it just by the roof view?

Sounds like fun :)

AnimatronixX DE

2019-06-08 16:11

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The "Anhängerdreieck" (= roof-mounted triangle indicating a truck/ trailer combination) was required from April 1938. I don't know how long it took the slower athletes to finish last, but weren't they supposed to still arrive in 1936? Do we know when and where this footage was taken?

Trucks had a yellow triangle in a black bezel, buses with trailers carried a white triangle in a red bezel. We can only guess the colors here, but the shape and the folding roof remind me of a bus-style body.

andrepa DE

2019-06-08 17:13

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Yes, it is a Allwetter bus by the triangle and the open rooftop. Most likely a Mercedes-Benz LO 3500
https://www.flickr.com/photos/71144572@N00/1529406711
The one in link of DRP which operated the Ü-wagen, too.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/71144572@N00/1529406711
here a LO 3750

The event is arrival of Lufthansa Ju 52 'Martin Zander' here the countershot while we see the camera swiveling
[Image: arte2016-07-1621-28-45.jpg] [Image: arte2016-07-1621-02-40.jpg]
JU 52 / 3m Kennung: D-AGIQ "Martin Zander" Werknummer: 5272 für die Deutsche Lufthansa, später als D-ASIQ

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AnimatronixX DE

2019-06-08 17:37

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LUFTHANSA, D-AGIQ, 1935 to Sep.38, named 'Martin Zander', D-AMIQ?, cancelled in German Register (allegedly confiscated by the Peruvians in March '41) http://hugojunkers.bplaced.net/junkers-ju52-production-list.html

So this probably happened between April and September 1938. As there weren't too many TV recording vehicles around back then, we're on to something... :think:

andrepa DE

2019-06-09 00:31

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Fernsehen: Die neuere Entwicklung insbesondere der deutschen Fernsehtechnik
von Fritz Schröter
Link to "books.google.de"
the common 'Zwischenfilmwagen'
[Image: screenshot_2019-06-09fernsehen1.jpg]
a hint for new development 'Bildfänger für direktes Fernsehen'
[Image: screenshot_2019-06-09fernsehen.jpg]
so we are looking for a : 'Fernsehaufnahmewagen mit Bildfänger für Außenaufnahmen und direktes Fernsehen'
Bildfänger = elektronische Kamera
From a former docu in the 90ies i know there existed a next generation Aufnahmewagen with MAZ = Magnetaufzeichnung ~ 1939
http://www.cdvandt.org/Band1Heft4Juli'39.pdf
Bericht 10 Jahre Fernseh AG ! 1929 - 1939
The complete MAZ technic was confiscated and formed the foundation of the studio technic like ampex Bandmaschine etc.
through the turmoil of war Toshiba became leader in that branche after the war.
http://www.scheida.at/scheida/televisionen.htm
hier noch was ganz anderes ein Fernseher zum Einbau in Kraftwagen von Lorenz 1937/38
https://www.radiomuseum.org/r/lorenz_kraftwagen_fernsehempfae.html
man könnte jetzt versuchen die Kamera zu bestimmen...




-- Last edit: 2019-06-09 12:14:12

andrepa DE

2019-06-09 02:38

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the electronic TV camera with Posthorn of DRP is the same as here in 1936 so maybe a goof and the vehicle is of 1936, too
[Image: arte2016-07-1621-25-52.jpg]

andrepa DE

2019-06-09 12:38

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1:12:45
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yKYV-EuzsfU

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