Is it just me or do others on this forum find the wrong information being given out in response to members inquiries? Recently somebody posted a thread about tele lenses and one repsonse to it was in regard to Nikkor Tele lenses saying that beyond the 500T which is in a #1 shutter the longer focal lengths use a #3 shutter. NOT true, go directly to jail and hand in your sopt meter for 10 days! In fact the Nikkor 720T is in the very same #1 shutter as the 500T; the lenses share the same front cell and shutter, only the rear cell is exchanged to change focal lengths. As a matter of fact even the 360T shares the same front cell and shutter. This also applies to the 600/800/1200T combination , but in this case the same front cell is in a # 3 shutter and you change the rear cell again to change focal lengths. Please folks, get your fact straight. This only creates confusion, especially for the newbies. If you aren't sure of an answer say so, perhaps by saying "as far as I know", "correct me if I am wrong", etc. This forum is a great means of helping our fellow LFers out there but the wrong info doesn't really help. If you think I am wrong about this please say so, I just feel this is a rather important point about any forum that gathers and disseminates knowledge for the betterment of it's members. Thanks for your eyes.