Since that Verito is mounted at the back of the rear cell, do you not have room to mount the Sinar shutter directly behind the front standard?
I use this same setup with the intermediate standard on the Norma for barrel lenses which extend behind the lensboard. However, my Sinar shutter interferes with the tilt angle indicator on the Norma intermediate standard and won't seat. I have an F standard which works fine. But I'm going to replace the tilt indicator with a thick washer so I can stick to Norma bits.
I'm on a tinkering kick at the moment, and the nice thing about the Sinar system is the ease with which you can play about with oddball configurations.
I'm using the Verito because there is loads of space in the middle - I'm mucking about with putting filters and oddly-shaped aperture stops in there. The Verito iris works pretty well as an adjustable clamp to hold mounted filters. I have also used my shutter as a simple spacer to jury rig a point and shoot for wide angles, although I'm wishing that one of the eBay manufacturers would make an adjustable Sinar-compatible spacer: essentially two lensboards back to back with a scissor strut and a short bellows between them.
My 4x5 Homemade camera,lens Fujinon 75/8.
Great looking camera, it looks really well made and extremely purposeful-
Here's my latest acquisition. It a Graflex 3x4 RB Super D. It's in pretty nice shape, did need a little cleaning and lubing. The shutter and aperture were both sluggish but I have them working nicely now. Next project is to cut some film down and try the camera out.
Here's mine. I really like my 1938 Deardorff 5x7 (Thanks Ken H) and didn't want to buy another one as a backup. I decided on the Chamonix 57 horizontal, and I'm very happy with how it works and how simply it sets up. I'm hoping it lives as long and happy a photographic life as the Deardorff.!
My speed graphic setup on easter for outdoor environmental portraits. Kids weren't liking posing that day, (sugar fueled pandemonium) so it was mostly a decoy while I had fun with the TLR.