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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Wahba View Post
    What do you guys think would be the most versatile lens, if one was to choose just one? 40mm? 50mm? 65mm?

    50mm is a great focal length for anas I think. Not too wide but still quite epic and does not have the same struggle with lens distortion etc as the wider lenses got. I would assume it´s the same for these.
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    These just look like they ooze goodness. Exciting times for sure!
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    Placing an order for my 50!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Kanes View Post
    B set retail after June 9 : $24,995
    B set (only) before June 9 : $23,495
    B Set (for New and existing A lens buyers) before June 9: $21,995

    Better clarity ?
    Hey Dan,

    As a new "A" Customer would I still get a deal on 2 lenses or do I need to buy the 3 lens set to get the deal? As in 2 "A" lenses for $16k?
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    "A" set lenses alone do not have a discount during this cycle.

    However, if you combine B lenses to an A set order, you get double the nominal discount on a B lens, thereby increasing your deal.

    So, for the foreseeable future, 40, 65, 100 will remain at $7,999 list per lens, there is no special on 40/65/100 alone.

    if you were to get for an example 40 [50] 65 100 or say 40 [50] (40 +50 being an A+B 2 lens combination) you achieve maximum discount level on the [50] in this case, bringing the 50 single price down to $6999
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    thx for clarity Dan and for the work on this project.
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    this pricing model is confusing as all hell.
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    I mean, is it though?

    40 65 100 = A set. No discounts.

    32 50 80 = B Set. Discount if preordered before June 9, 2018.

    If you are planning to buy or have already bought an A set lens before June 9, 2018, your discount is basically doubled per B set lens before June 9, 2018.

    I guess I'll take the bullet since I came up with this way to reward existing customers, and also entice new people who might be thinking about all the lenses, or a mix of lenses from both sets.

    If it still doesnt make sense, email us what you want and we can explain exactly what it will break down as in terms of discount.

    After June 9th discount amount won't matter because that is when the discount window closes.
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