The Pacemaker Crown Graphic, introduced in 1947, was the first model available without a focal plane shutter. This meant that the partially-assembled roll holder was inserted into the back and then the take-up side was assembled from the opposite (left) side.
This permits cut film holders to be inserted between the focusing screen and hood assembly and the camera body.
Roll film holders with a "u-turn" film path were made.
With its long list of desirable features, many photogs consider the Super Graphic as the best overall Graphic Press Camera.
By comparison, Polaroid 180/195's sell for 0 plus and only take Polaroids. Just add a Polaroid back and you have 1000 times the camera!
Desertscape on the forum here kindly advised that the Pentax 67 lenses might just cover the 6 by 9.
So I purchased a very nice Takumar 6X7 1:4.5 75 mm from KEH for 0 shipped.
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