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    Hope we can order Al canon mount today. My debit card is ready and willing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan Hamblin View Post
    Hope we can order Al canon mount today. My debit card is ready and willing!
    As is mine!

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    Looking forward to ordering the AI canon mount today as well
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    Guess no aluminum mount today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan Hamblin View Post
    Guess no aluminum mount today.
    What??? RED haven't met one of their deadlines?!

    I kid, I kid...

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    please, would you add the following list to the lens database:
    SIGMA 300-800mm F5.6 EX DG APO HSM
    thanks, norbert
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew M. View Post
    For underwater I would think twice with alluminium.
    AL Expansion coefficient 22.2
    TI Expansion coefficient 8.6

    You take camera from hot deck to cold water, I don't know what will happen with the back focus?
    Does it matter all that much? Most stills lenses go past infinity focus on the assumption that lens mounts are crappy. I thought back-focus was mostly just important if you were operating off of taping out a distance (something nearly impossible underwater).
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    I love it... So much so that PL mounted EPIC has become my number two body.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Toia View Post
    I love it... So much so that PL mounted EPIC has become my number two body.
    Mark... try Samyang lenses... fully manual, insanely smooth focus action, bloody sharp and.... bam... for what they are, they rock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan Kovax View Post
    Mark... try Samyang lenses... fully manual, insanely smooth focus action, bloody sharp and.... bam... for what they are, they rock.
    I've seen photos taken with Samyang lenses with some pretty disturbing looking distortion. Check out this review...

    http://www.kenrockwell.com/tech/samyang/14mm-f28.htm

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