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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Weeks View Post

    How do you think the RPP's would do wide open?
    Just fine. The shots of the water treatment plant - where you see the heat distortion - that's an Ultra prime 85mm at T1.9 - RPP has less fall-off than UP and is 1.8 wide open.
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    Wowwww.... INCREDIBLE
    Thanks for sharing Mark
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kwan Khan View Post
    Wowwww.... INCREDIBLE
    Thanks for sharing Mark
    Fun to see a little BROOKLYN in Mysterium-X 4.5K, right?

    East Coast rules.
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    Thanks for posting MARK! I am in brooklyn and will hunt you down to come out and play with Elvis. 1781 will be upgraded....BUT WHEN!? Could not come sooner. Great work to RED, JIM and team.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark L. Pederson View Post
    Fun to see a little BROOKLYN in Mysterium-X 4.5K, right?

    East Coast rules.
    Unquestionable....2010 RED WILL BE EXTREME WILD
    I am glad to see you and your crew in my Block as well (Nokia Theater)
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    WoW. Watching now...
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    Wow! So Fresh, So Clean! The new standard
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    Jealous...! Now the impatient wait for the goods on my unit...loved the subway shot.
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    Awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark L. Pederson View Post
    It DOES happen - 2-3 times I year ... I swear!!
    Well, I don't believe it, but always feel free to prove me wrong. Awesome to catch up with you and Aldey at the the RED Studios. Always great to see the guys from Off Hollywood and what they can do with our cameras!

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