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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeCurtis View Post
    Jim - love that you're doing it, but that appears to be a two stage...correct?

    GOTSTA have 3 stages! Pola & ND setup.
    Or make sure there is a retaining ring set for a round pola in the donut.
     

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    I am with Evin and Elcurado, this has to be Curt's work... if so then the target price according to Curt was somewhere between $1500 to $2000.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by dudeman View Post
    I am with Evin and Elcurado, this has to be Curt's work... if so then the target price according to Curt was somewhere between $1500 to $2000.
    No, it was $1000 to $1500
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeCurtis View Post
    GOTSTA have 3 stages! Pola & ND setup.
    Seems like a tradeoff. Using three filters is always inferior optically if you can do it with two, due to flares/ghosting from surface reflections. If you have a strong enough ND you should not need or want to stack NDs. For any given filter size, having 3 stages limits the widest angle before vignetting, relative to a 2-stage MB of the same size.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn Nelson View Post
    No, it was $1000 to $15000
    That's a tad high Shawn.

    Actually, Curt said from $1350 to $1500, I added the extra $500 for pad. As a matter of fact, I always add some pad because no matter what... it always costs a little more. At least that is what 15 years of buying Sony, Panny and Arri gear has shown me. It is best not to be too optimistic and plan for a little higher prices. But that is just me. YMMV Shawn.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timage View Post
    Damn this looks realy sexy.
    Why did you wait so long to show us. I just went for the Arri MB-20 group buy yesterday. If spent 5K on the mattebox.
    So if we all knew the price and and the shipping time (I know everything is about to change ) I could probably stop my Arri order. But we need some infos quick. I would love to spend my money on RED stuff but as we said it many days bofore, we need the infos. I can wait some other months till delivery. We all can handle the waiting game now :whistling:

    Would be nice to hear about the details very soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeCurtis View Post
    Jim - love that you're doing it, but that appears to be a two stage...correct?

    GOTSTA have 3 stages! Pola & ND setup.
    Would never put three glass in front of a 40'000$ lens, two are enough or I'll find another solution
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    Quote Originally Posted by dudeman View Post
    That's a tad high Shawn.

    Actually, Curt said from $1350 to $1500, I added the extra $500 for pad. As a matter of fact, I always add some pad because no matter what... it always costs a little more. At least that is what 15 years of buying Sony, Panny and Arri gear has shown me. It is best not to be too optimistic and plan for a little higher prices. But that is just me. YMMV Shawn.
    But that was with the pad. Originally Curt was going to be $750, then it slid to "below $1500". Hopefully getting the cool Red styling didn't raise the price 33% or more.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by artbeatsart View Post
    Would never put three glass in front of a 40'000$ lens, two are enough or I'll find another solution
    I agree. I don't like stacking NDs at all. But I also think that the ability to have a third stage or a space for a round pola would be a good idea.
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