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    Strongly agree Dan and these are indeed the glass I work with the most.

    Extremely happy to see an intermediate focal length slide into this set. I got an early look on the 40mm and it fits right in with the rest of the set in terms of image quality, character, and specs. Particularly on VV it's a very ideal hero focal length.

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    Now that I'm back in town I was able to squirt out a quick socially distanced test of the newly today announced 65mm T1.5 as well as the 40mm T1.5.



    The 65mm really fills the jump between 50mm and 85mm well on VistaVision. And that 40mm is a great one banger focal length. Pretty useful on Super 35mm as well.

    Test Shot on Monstro 8K VV.
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    Just ordered the 65mm!
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    When I first bough the 35-50-85 (with the 25mm announced but not available), the range was a solid starting point for a single camera. But with two cameras, more often than not I'd find myself wanting a 2nd 35mm or a 2nd 50mm. But I didn't want to buy two sets. With the 40mm and the 65mm, I can rock two cameras much better, with 35/40, 40/50, or 50/65. And with three cameras, I have great options to add either a wide (for a master shot) or a telephoto (for a strong punch-in). So happy!
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