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    Once we lubed up the mount on Red #142, it felt great as well. The material used on the locking ring is definately better than the first model and they also made the .9mm screw a 1.5mm which is an improvement. .9mm shouldn't even be used at all. On the first mount, the aluminum was soft and was shaving particles off and going inside the sensor area. Not good. This one should hold up but time will tell.
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    By the way, great train footage guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by Offhollywood View Post
    IBloom ... you are a Ninja with them glow sticks!!!
    I choose the best tools for the job Mark. In that case the job was getting laid, and the right tools were glow sticks.

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    By the way, great train footage guys
    Thanks Steve.
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    Quote Originally Posted by s816mm35mm View Post
    By the way, great train footage guys
    awesome job!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ibloom View Post
    I choose the best tools for the job Mark. In that case the job was getting laid, and the right tools were glow sticks.
    awesome job!
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    As tim and eric would say..."great job"

    Thanks for sharing Clay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brook Willard View Post
    One promising bit for the mount: I just had Evin's re-lubed at RED and it suddenly feels like a "real" PL mount. They use some thicker grease or something, but it actually feels as close to "right" as I've ever felt a RED lens mount feel.

    Big steps in the right direction.
    how do we get our hand on the tasty new red lube?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ibloom View Post
    I choose the best tools for the job Mark. In that case the job was getting laid, and the right tools were glow sticks.
    It sounded like 12-13 year old girls yelling. If you succeeded with your planned job mission Ian I hope you did not get the 5-10 that could come with it.
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    There are many "childish", "empty content" and annoying posts on Reduser forums, this one, on the other hand, is very helpful and professional. Thanks.
    What bother me is that there 28 replies and none of them is from Red.
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