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    Senior Member rand thompson's Avatar
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    Phil,


    Thats why you're stil "The Shizniz"!!
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    With the announcement of the RED Dragon-X 5K S35 and my newly restored access to the internet I have updated all web tools and relevant graphics with this new addition to the DSMC2 family.
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    2X RED Weapon 8K VV Monstro Bodies and a lot of things to use with them.

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    Red Weapon/DSMC2
    Red Dragon
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    Thanks again Phil for all your time and effort!!!
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    Just a quick update, though the testing wasn't exactly quick. I've gone through another round of rigorous testing of some of the newer ND filters options as of 2019, the ones that passed have made it on my list:

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    2X RED Weapon 8K VV Monstro Bodies and a lot of things to use with them.

    Data Sheets and Notes:
    Red Weapon/DSMC2
    Red Dragon
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    Thanks A lot Phil!
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    Valuable work! I have used both unbonded and sealed filters and IMHO you are not saving money buying unbounded filters. If you are working with different camera assistants on paid shoots with the usual time pressures you will slowly but surely collect a lot of scratches. Most of them fine scratches that have minimal impact but it all adds up over time. I have Bonded filters that are 30 years old and still in great condition.
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    Yep, bonded is the way to go. Especially if you are renting your gear out.
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    2X RED Weapon 8K VV Monstro Bodies and a lot of things to use with them.

    Data Sheets and Notes:
    Red Weapon/DSMC2
    Red Dragon
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