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    Safe and sound in the Big Red Apple ...
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    That first pic is perfect, reflection of the Empire State Building says it all...these lenses are home.

    That's the 25mm? That lens looks huge! Hopefully I can come by to see them in person some day soon. Thanks for your trailblazing ways, Mark (and Jim)!

    Cheers,
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    Low life

    Ps, loved your movie at reduser party. Funny stuff
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    just noticed the size...holy cow!

    off to the gym...

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    Anyone else notice Mark's greasy thumbprint on the lens in the last picture?

    I knew they were big, but wow bubba! Guess it won't seem like much of a size downgrade from my Cooke 20-60. At least they will be every so slightly lighter...

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    I am tempted to walk over and break down the door! Bravo on the new glass...look forward to seeing some results Mark! Cheers.

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    And I love the MMB-1 mattebox supported by the Abel Universal 19-15 adaptor hanging off the front!

    Sorry, had to.
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    Just could not help it could you Mitch...!
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    you bastards!!! lens envy reaches a new high.

    do you have details on length Mark?

    and congrats!
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