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    So many new pretty RED things to buy :)

    This one is going to be great!!!!
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    Nikon Mount by Red... this is the best NAB ever!
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    Oh, and that other stuff is nice too. '-:)
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    Yum yum. I think Todd meant focus/iris. No zoom motors that I know of in Nikon lenses.
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    ha yep, idk why i said zoom...my 70-200 II and 24-70 certainly don't have motors. meant focus/iris.

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    Yum yum. I think Todd ment focus/iris. No zoom motors that I know of in Nikon lenses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post
    Nikon Mounts are officially off hold... time for a little Nikon love.

    Electronic Nikon Mount Aluminum $800.

    Electronic Nikon Mount Titanium $2200.

    Ships early August.
    Thank You Jarrad, I had asked that question in an earlier thread.

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    Great news! I know you're VERY busy right now, but could you tell us whether or not the mount is "lock-down" style or a more conventional f-mount? Thanks in advance.

    Nick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicholas Shields View Post
    Great news! I know you're VERY busy right now, but could you tell us whether or not the mount is "lock-down" style or a more conventional f-mount? Thanks in advance.

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    Lock Down is the only way to go.... :)
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    Any photos? (I know its just going to look like a mount. . . but still, we've been waiting so long for this little guy I kind of want to see it!)
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    Jarred,
    is your Nikon mount Electronic AND Manual? or only Electronic?....will we have manual Iris control if we want it...controlled by a gear? or will it be via side handle wheel electronically?
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