I have a 210mm Sironar-N f5.6, a 210mm Fujinon-W f5.6, and a Computar Symmetrogon 210mm. Looking at the lens lists linked from the LF Home Page, it looks like the Fuji would have the most coverage at 352 degrees. For comparison the Sironar-N is 286 degrees, and the Computar is 308 degrees.
My question is: Does it matter how old the Fuji lens is? My copy of the Fuji lens is in a chrome ring copal shutter (not the current all black shutter), but it has the writing on the outside of the front barrel, not on the inside retaining ring. It is my understanding that the writing on the OUTSIDE of the barrel indicates a later-model lens, and it has been my understanding that the "later model" Fuji lenses have less coverage.
My lens says Fujinon-W 1:5.6/210 Fuji Photo Optical Co. (around the outside of the front of the lens).
Could someone clarify this for me?