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The Luca is a double-extension folding-bed camera for 13x18cm plates, made by Contessa-Nettel. The maker only existed under this name between 1919-26. The camera is wooden-bodied, with leather covering. It has a U-shaped lens standard, with rise and shift movements. It has a brilliant finder with a bubble level, mounted centrally above the lens; most Contessa-Nettel cameras have the finder to the left side of the lens plate.
- Luca with 29cm f/12.5 Zeiss Protarlinse ser. VII in Compur shutter, and brown leather, offered for sale at the 32nd Westlight Photographica Camera Auction
- Brief instructions covering the Contessa-Nettel Donata, Altura, Tessco, Adoro, and Luca; double-extension cameras with front rise and shift; at Mike butkus' Orphan Cameras