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Horseman lenses have Seiko shutters. How are these shutters rated? If they need repair, are they unrepairable since they are no longer made? Is there a direct replacement available in the Copal variety? Why is there little or no information concerning these little known shutters?
-- John Dorio (email@example.com), March 22, 2000
Seiko shutters arent that rare, and seem as reliable as any. (Are they still being made?). Contact Steve Grimes about replacements at http://www.skgrimes.com/
-- Ron Shaw (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 22, 2000.
Older Fujinon lenses were also mounted in Seiko shutters. I have used several and had no problems... but I guess watches proved more profitable than LF shutters.
-- Glenn C. Kroeger (email@example.com), March 22, 2000.
Seiko's are decent shutters. They are the Japanese copy of the Compurs and Syncro-Compurs. They are well made and not that bad to work on. Any repairman that knows Compurs likely also knows Seiko's or will be able to find his way around one with no trouble.
-- Tony Brent (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 22, 2000.
HI JOHN, GET BACK TO WORK. MILES
-- miles (MFA1@IX.NETCOM.COM), March 28, 2000.