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    FAQs- New RED Pro Prime set.

    1. RPPs are "RED-centric", which means that the light path is optimized for maximum resolution and consistent illumination, with minimum breathing for the Mysterium sensor family. Patent Pending.
    2. T-stop range is 1.8-22.
    3. Image diagonal- > 32mm.
    4. Extra low dispersion (ELD), Super Low Dispersion (SLD) and anomalous dispersion glass for maximum chromatic aberration correction.
    5. Center resolution is greater than 100 (lines pairs/mm). Edge (5K) is greater than 63 (lines pairs/mm). (You will see Wed. how much greater)
    6. Close focus from lens front (from sensor) is:
    25mm- 4" (12")
    35mm- 4" (12")
    50mm- 6" (12")
    85mm- 18" (24")
    100mm- 24" (30")
    7. High relative illumination from center to edge of field (5K).
    8. Uniform Spectral correction to accommodate any light source.
    9. Internal Focus and Unit Focus designs.
    10. Consistent 110mm front diameter.
    11. RPPs will work with film cameras.

    Full Specification Matrix to be posted on Wed.

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    Fantastic...Can not wait
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    Looking forward to testing out a set! =)
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    Thanks for the update. It continues to astound me that the level of communication the Red teams has delivered to foster such a great community and build a system that works for the users (not lining the pockets of investors).

    I guess that's what you get when the 'top' believes in leadership through action, instead of reaction.
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    awesome, thanks for clarifying, I cant wait to see them and everyone and everything else next week at the reduser event...
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    I can barely wait to be the proud owner of these lenses so I can use them in the near future with my Monstro FF35 Red system.
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    Our lenses are designed very specifically for the type and placement of our OLPF and microlens array. All these other programs could have benefitted from the information, but everyone was apparently working in secret. The net result will be that we will likely have a decided advantage in optical performance when matched to a Mysterium family sensor... just because we had info that no one else asked for.

    Jim
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    I must confess to Jim and all that I am "almost" addicted to reading Jim Jannard's posts on a daily basis. It is with great enjoyment that I read what you have to say Jim. I find that I learn a lot from your logical and rational mind. I can see why you are "Red Leader". You should be more than proud of yourself. Thank you for all you have done and continue to do.

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    How much do they weigh?
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    Martin... you sound just like my accountant right before he tells me he needs to raise his fees. :-)

    Brook... checking.

    Jim
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