During my 2 Norway trips I took hundreds of photos with my digital Fuji camera, many with my old Nikon F3 camera (just to be sure I had them anyway) and dozens of films too.
Here is how the Bergen Fjord looks like today :
1) Grimstad Fjord as seen from almost the same position where a very famous photo was taken of Bismarck from Prinz Eugen.
2) Inside the Grimstad Fjord, where Bismarck was moved to be re-painted removing the Baltic stripes camouflage.
3) Kalvanes Bay where Prinz Eugen and the destroyers were anchored, note the small island of Gaupa on center left.
4) Bergen harbour downtown, were the light cruiser Konigsberg was sunk on 10 April 1940; Konigsberg was anchored exactly where the ferry boat is anchored on those 2 photos.
Now the fun is to compare those ones with the old ones and the maps, so you got the exact perception of the place.
Bismarck and Prinz Eugen entered Bergen Fjords area from the south thru KorsFjord, anchored and then sailed north outside the Bergen Fjords thru the Hjelte Fjord.
With the maps zoom option on internet is very easy to follow them thru.