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    Re: Trying to torture the 40mm Ultron (pancake)

    Even with the grip, it's really light (relatively speaking of course). I use it all the time on my D300. Currently running around with it's 58mm stablemate for my next review. Here's hoping Mr. Kobayashi springs a nice wide/fast SL II prime on us for Photokina, say in the 18-25mm range.
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    Re: Trying to torture the 40mm Ultron (pancake)

    A nice 20mm/2.8 Asph would do the ticket nicely.

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    Re: Trying to torture the 40mm Ultron (pancake)

    I second the motion! Is Mr. Kobayashi here?
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    Re: Trying to torture the 40mm Ultron (pancake)

    Carlos, thanks for that pic!

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