The two models are near identical: the Super Speed Graphic has a 1/1000 sec Graflex Optar lens, the Super Graphic does not. The series uses rangefinder cams similar to (but not interchangable with) the top-RF Speed/Crown.
The chassis is cast metal, like a Linhof, rather than composite (wood/metal). The Super Graphic is more compact than the Pacemaker.
There is an electric powered body release for the shutter and a flash guide number calculator coupled to the rangefinder. The rear focal plane shutter has been discontinued.
The back revolves 360 degrees.
The front standards has a full range of rise, shifts, tilts and swings, an improvement over the Pacemaker series:
|Tilt Backward/Forward||+/-15 deg|
|Drop bed||15 deg|
|Bellows Extension||12 1/2"|
|Flexibility of all movements permits adjustment for composition
and dpth of field. Front lens standard tilts forward and
back, swings right and left, and shifts right and left.
||Shutter and flash may be tripped electrically from button
conveniently located on top left side of camera.
|Interchangeable cams match lens to integral rangefinder,
focusing scale and flash exposure calculator.
||Automaic focusing scale located conveniently on top of
camera. Combined with flash exposure calculator.
|Revolving back permits horizontally and vertically composed
||New style double cantilever action slide lock holds any
acecessory for Graphic or Graflok back.
|Use any type of film -- black and white or color. Super
Graphic accessories accept single sheets, film
packs, 120 rolls and Polaroid films. [Note: Polaroid back shown here is obsolete.]
||Wide angle, normal and most telephoto lenses are available
in shutter suitable for the Super Graphic.
|Three-prong, polarized flash connector cords plug into the
camera body. No dangling wires around the shutter.