Quote Originally Posted by gr82bart
The CB, CFI and CFE lenses have the latest body design and are all the same except for a slight differences:
CB - has a cheaper shutter mechanism, no 'F' setting, no electronic contacts - ...
Threw me for a moment - until I realized that "no electronic contacts" referred to the contact array necessary for the 200 Series automatic exposure business. The 200 Series have focal plane shutters, don't they?
At first glance, I thought "no eletronic contacts" meant "no flash synchronization".

Aren't all those "newer lens designs" equipped with a locking PC socket, and missing EV scales and an IR reference mark?

At any rate, The initial shutter closing in my lenses is faster than the eye can perceive. I would think it strange that Hasselblad / Prontor would design something significantly slower.