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    Are you guys gonna do a zoom lens test as well?
    I would love to see what the angie EZ line of zooms look like on VV
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    nice job guys!
    it's nice to get a good look at what's going on in the full frame world and maybe what's to come and what's to go!
    I like that tests like these can keep manufactures in check and give them a hint of what they can improve on in some cases, but as well give props where they are due.
    Matthew remember when you guys were removing the coatings from rokinons when they first came out?
    so now, when are the new Ducleres coming? :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Lyons Collister, ASC View Post
    Much thanks to all 4 of you. I am not sure if people really how much effort these tests are and that you all do it for lens love and for no other reason except a quest for knowledge. We all get the benefit and must thank you all profusely
    Thank you Peter, and thanks for joining on the live stream as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jacin Lowe View Post
    Are you guys gonna do a zoom lens test as well?
    I would love to see what the angie EZ line of zooms look like on VV
    I had a look at the EZs a while back, but I'll be taking another look at production models now. Also looking hard at the big Angie for aerial use, but it's a beast and not exactly fast. So it will need to seduce me with aggressive force.

    I'm currently shooting Zeiss CZ zooms and those are very hard to beat.
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    Spectacular test. Wonderful job to all. The Tokinas and the Otus were my personal favorite. Man I was hoping to see those Leica M.08s though...
    I hate to be that guy... but only the 18mm & 25mm Tokinas were "prototypes" correct? They are all labeled "prototypes" in the test.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregory Gillaspie View Post
    Spectacular test. Wonderful job to all. The Tokinas and the Otus were my personal favorite. Man I was hoping to see those Leica M.08s though...
    I hate to be that guy... but only the 18mm & 25mm Tokinas were "prototypes" correct? They are all labeled "prototypes" in the test.
    That is correct. Only the 18mm and 25mm were prototypes. I failed at the labelling late a night. Forgive me. 1000 lashes.
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    Phil, I feel like I just caught a rare Pokemon or something by catching a mistake you made.
    Not a common occurrence!
    Lashings commence!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregory Gillaspie View Post
    Spectacular test. Wonderful job to all. The Tokinas and the Otus were my personal favorite. Man I was hoping to see those Leica M.08s though...
    I hate to be that guy... but only the 18mm & 25mm Tokinas were "prototypes" correct? They are all labeled "prototypes" in the test.
    I just added the Helium grabs above, which include the M0.8s, although I don't think I ever hit the focus on the chart on the 50mm Noctilux.
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    Many thanks to all of the hard work everyone put into this. It is a great asset to the community.

    More comments after I review.
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