Produced by Graflex in Rochester, New York, the Speed Graphic is commonly called the most famous press camera. Although the first Speed Graphic cameras were produced in 1912, production of later versions continued until 1973; with the most significant improvements occurring in 1947 with the introduction of the Pacemaker Speed Graphic (and Pacemaker Crown Graphic, which is one pound lighter but lacks the focal plane shutter). It was standard equipment for many American press photographers until the mid-1960s.
I guess it’s only right that you use a large format camera when you want to capture big butts …
With a Minolta 7000 AF, an Olympus OM (possibly M-1 og OM-2), and a third unidentified camera Flødeklinikken let’s three girls shoot eachother for their 2011 video “Piger med pistoler” (“Girls with Guns”).
If you can identify the third camera, please let us know. We just gots ta know.
The FM2n (1983) was available in either black or chrome finish. The camera is fully mechanical; its meter (and only its meter) requires two PX76 batteries or one CR 1/3N lithium battery. There is a 1–1/4000 sec shutter speed range, plus B; and an ISO range of 12–6400. Focusing screens are interchangeable (Type III screens for the FM3A can be used). The MD-12 motordrive was optional.
Bonus info: The image that appears at 3:21 is shot in Copenhagen.