Quote Originally Posted by John Bartley
they have a full range of shutter speeds and the shutters seem to work in all temperature ranges without too much trouble. I wonder if the adaptation would be more work than it's worth?

Just a thought...
Okay I got to ask. Do you really need a full range of speeds? A #3 goes to what 1/125? With LF even with fast film how often are you using speeds even close to that?

FWIW I've got a couple of shutters off some sort of school equipment. Flash card like things. They mount on the front of lenses. Nice for some barrel lenses that aren't worth the money to mount into normal shutters. I don't think front mounting a MF camera would be that hard. Take a Kiev 60 remove the back and mirror. figure some thing out to hold the remaining body in front of the lens with the lens inside the old front of the camera.