Andor - Aldhani Rebel Cell Old Navigation Tool identified - Spoiler Alert

Darthikari

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Got it! Now to get ready to modify it…..

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the.rebel.agent

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I am looking for a measuring tool like this. I saw a lot protractors, measuring gauges, etc. Nothing like this before. It does not seem made from scratch. Def a found object. I also watch for marine navigation tools, not lucky so far.
 

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the.rebel.agent

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That's what I was talking about: marine navigation tools. They meant to look this prop like and old sextant, that's the whole metaphor. I really doubt those parts belong to a sextant. None of the ones I checked, have a extendable "Limbo", which is the name of that part.

About that, that part is very small. Seems bigger, but If you check the real camera, that part should not be more than 4" longer
 

Jamesfett

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Yep, that's the SX-70 Sonar.
I remember seeing the regular SX-70 model in a few places in Blade Runner but not specifically the sonar version. Very cool they used it in Andor as well.
Fun camera to use too.


I can't find any pics. Trent can you tell me where in Blade Runner it is?

Gonna need to add it to my list.
 

Jamesfett

Sr Member
Okay can someone help me? Is this camera/scanner used anywhere other than the scene where the guy shows it to Andor in Ep 5?

I have to admit I Fast Forwarded through this scene the first time, but I like what the kid said.

I wonder what kind of book he was using for his "Manifesto."

Thanks
 

Grimalicious

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Okay can someone help me? Is this camera/scanner used anywhere other than the scene where the guy shows it to Andor in Ep 5?

I have to admit I Fast Forwarded through this scene the first time, but I like what the kid said.

I wonder what kind of book he was using for his "Manifesto."

Thanks
It's shown more clearly in Episode 6. I'll post some shots.
 

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Jamesfett

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What's fun about this prop is it's actually discussed. What it is, why it's good, etc. Props don't always actually get that much attention in the SW films and series.
 

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