I need some clarification on the matter of shutters.
A standard Copal mechanical shutter goes from 1s to 1/400. I frequently expose in the 2 to 4 seconds frame so I guess I would have to use B and time it myself?
The Schneider electronic shutter goes down to 30 seconds but the fastest shutter speed is 1/60. Is this really true? So, you must control the light with lots of ND filters or how do you work in practise with such a slow (top) shutter speed?
The Rollei electronic states long exposeres and reasonable 1/500 too. This would be ok with me. But here I see many Schneiders not being offered with the Rollei.
What is your take on this? What's to prefer?
I also suppose that you must connect the lens to the back via the flash sync, atleast with the mechanical Copals, so where do you then connect the flash cable when in the studio?