US Army Signal Corps PH-47-J Speed Graphic Graflex 4x5 Camera, SN:856924
美國陸軍，通信部隊，PH-47-J 格拉菲 Speed Graphic 4x5 照相機，序號:856924號《Black Water Museum Collections | 黑水博物館館藏》
-E Shown in 1945, as a 4x5 Anniversary model, with an anastigmat 127mm f4.7 Ektar or Velostigmat in a No. 2 Supermatic shutter. Equipped with either a Kalart or Hugo Meyer rangefinder. (TM 11- 487F)
-F Shown in 1945, as a 4x5 Anniversary model with an Ilex Paragon series S anastigmat 5½-inch lens in No. 3 Acme synchronized shutter. Equipped with either a Kalart or Hugo Meyer rangefinder. (TM 11-487F & TM 11-2352)
-G Probably was not produced.
-H Shown in 1950, as an OD 4x5 Pacemaker Speed Graphic with a coated 127mm 4.7 Ektar lens in a No. 2 Supermatic shutter, but with a pre-focus button and a body shutter release. Kalart or Hugo Meyer rangefinder. It had the standard Graphic back. See KE-12(1) for a description of the military version of this camera.
-J Serial number 856,229 is an OD Pacemaker Speed Graphic with a body release and a Graflok back with slide locks. A later number (891,861)(though possibly not tagged as a J) remained OD, but there was no body release, although it had a Graflok back, but the slide locks were gone. A “J” has even been found without the OD finish but with a side release. Go figure! Identification tags on some Pacemaker cameras suggest that they were purchased under an Air Force contract for the Signal Corps.
- PH-104 is the camera set including the above listed cameras. Also, there is evidence that the Super-D could have been in this outfit.
1940–1943 Graflex C-3
1942–1944 Graflex PH-47-F
1942–1944 Graflex PH-47-E
1947–1949 Graflex PH-47-H
1947–1950 Graflex C-6
1949–1952 Graflex PH-47-J
1953–1957 Graflex KE-4
1953–1955 Graflex KE-12
1965–1973 Graflex XLRF KS-98B