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Old February 18th, 2009, 09:57 PM   #1
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Redrock's light hidden under a bushel.

The mutilated title quote is old-speak only relics like I understand. I'm not endorsing or favouriting the product. I prefer to stay as neutral and as unbiased as I can. However credit is due where credit is due and who can say competition is dead.


Here is a link to a clip which is worth a look.

Redrock Encore Tests (Lightly Graded) By nick lentz On ExposureRoom

Who would have dreamed the groundglass relay envelope would become pushed so far in so short a time, relatively speaking. It seems only yesterday that people were hacking up adaptors out of CDROM cases, Tandy boxes, sewerpipe caps, lens tubes, Pringles cans.

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