Quote Originally Posted by waynecrider
The 35mm models you mention above I did not know of. I was more interested in any lenses w/shutters available for a typical SLR line. It was just a matter of my inquisitiveness as to whether a leaf shuttered lens for a 35mm camera would give less vibration then a body shutter or a body shutter and mirror combo, especially at slow speeds.
Yes, lenses in shutters (Copals, Compurs, Prontors, Seikos, etc.) can work well on both 35mm SLRs and MF SLRs. In general, you need a bellows or extension tube/focusing helicoid to make them work. As a consequence, you are limited in terms the focal lengths you can use.

For example, I routinely use a bellows mounted 150mm Rodenstock Apo Ronar in Copal 0 shutter on my ARAX CM 6x6 SLR for macro photography (thus slow shutter speeds).