Years ago I had a Graflex RB SLR. It wasn't for me, but I've always admired the images they're capable of making, especially portraits. OK, so some of the photographers that used them were Weston, Lange and the like, who probably could have made great images w/ a Brownie, but maybe some of it was the lenses? I have no desire to use a big, clunky, LF SLR, since I ride a bike and need something that folds up for carrying, but what are my options w/ a folding Graflex camera? The lenses on the RBs are barrel w/ no shutters, and I would rather not depend on a Speed Graphic focal plane shutter unless there are no other options. Do any of the Graflex press cameras have similar optics w/ the lenses in shutters? 4x5 interests me, as you can buy Tri-X for that. My Graflex press cameras had 127 and 203 Ektar lenses, along a Xenar on another camera. These were tack sharp lenses, and not what I'm after. Would the old standard Optar or Raptor lenses be better suited to "sharp enough, but not razor sharp" portraits, or did Kodak make some of the RB lenses in shutters? Thanks.