Here's one example - http://www.flickr.com/photos/yarnzom...57626202578096
Camera matches otherwise, however... :)
On a side note, i need to do more exploring on this site - I also have a Speed Graflex and recently inherited my grandfather's collection cameras that need identifying.. And use!
See www.graflex.com or The All-American Cameras, a review of Graflex®, Richard P. Paine, Alpha Publishing Company, Houston Texas, 1981
Originally Posted by HBPhoto
Took this photo today to show my collection to someone else - thought I'd post it here too. ;) Now to get some film in my Graflex and see what she can do.. :)
Nice family of cameras you have there.
If you have fun with the Graphlex and 4X5 try the 5X7 and see what a nice size neg that would make. (5X7 contact prints. Mmmmmmmm, tasty).
Try either camera with enlarging paper as "film" it's cheap and can be developed in a common paper developer.,
BTW older cameras like this frequently have pinholes in their bellows so check them before you start shooting.
There's also a good thread going along about 8X10 paper negs, you may want check it out
The 5x7 DEFINITELY has holes in the bellows - either need to repair or replcace it. My Graflex is light-tight (as much as I can tell).. I'll check out the other thread. THanks! :)