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    FS: 4" x 5" Anniversery Speed Graphic

    I am selling this 4 x 5" Anniversary Speed Graphic. It has a Graflok back, bellows is almost perfect. The lens/shutter on it is from an ancient Kodak, it covers. Will throw in 2 cut film holders plus a Graphic Film Pack adapter, easily converted for wet plate use. 225 dollars, plus shipping from Illinois and fees.
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    Sounds interesting. I take it the rangefinder isn't calibrated to this lens? What is the focal length, lowest f/stop, max shutter speed? How are the speeds on the lens shutter? How are the speeds on the focal plane shutter? Any markings/scratches on the ground glass?


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    The speeds on the front shutter are limited, 1/25th, 1/50th and 1/100th, plus time and bulb.
    Ground glass is good, lens is around 127 mm fl, f/7.7 The camera has a back focal plane shutter
    also with a whole range of speeds from 1/10 to 1/1000 of a second. Rangefinder has never been tested, a bit cloudy.

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    Can the back be inserted horizontally or vertically, or just horizontally?

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    The back is horizontally oriented.

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    What intrigues me about this camera is that most of the SG Anniversary models had a spring back, so you're one of the lucky few who got a graflok. Also, the focal plane shutter on this thing is amazing, like 24 speed options vs 8 on any of the later models.


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    The camera is sold. ( On another website )



 

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