An analog camera has made its way to the small screen again! In its tenth episode this season, "Touch" showed one of its characters sporting a Hasselblad Camera a few minutes after the start of the episode. Read on to find out more.
“We are all interconnected. Our lives are invisibly tied to those whose destinies touch ours.”
Touch is a relatively new drama series on Fox starring Kiefer Sutherland (aka Martin Bohm) and his autistic son played by David Mazouz (aka Jake Bohm). In the series, Sutherland’s character helps correct “errors and pains” in the lives of seemingly unrelated people all over the world by following number patterns and sequences that his son is giving him.
I spotted a Hasselblad camera in one of the season’s episodes, and the character is even seen enlarging the photographs in a safe light-bathed darkroom!
The Touch series was made by Tim Kring, the creator of Heroes. You can watch the series every Thursday on Fox.