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  1. #1 What do you use as telephoto zoom? 
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    Hi

    I would like to know what is you preference in telephoto zoom for Helium (so that cover 8KFF, 8KWS or 8KHD) ?

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    I have a 24-180. A good number of REDUSER members who need a longer reach have Canon's 50-1000.
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    I use a Canon FD 50-300 L
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    I have a somewhat unique 80-200mm T2.8 Nikkor converted to PL by Duclos and re-coated by Panavision, similar to what was used on the Bourne flicks. Can't say I love the focus action but man it's so crisp I often soften it to match my Optimos.
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    Nikon 200-500mm with 1.4x Tele

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    Hi Blair,

    Is this lens recognised by red so you can change the iris?

    How do you do to stabilise this lens?

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    CANON 200-400 with x1.4
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    What about the Sigma contemporary 150-600mm ?
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