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  1. Buyer beware! Stolen lenses! A client of mine just called me to inform me he had a set of Super Speeds that were stolen. Bogus rental. The guy already tried selling the to Adoroma, which I have to say they could of more more helpful by calling the police when the guy showed up and they realized they were stolen. They just told the guy to leave. If you see them on any of the sites call John Freeland Camera Partners ‪(317) 506-4584‬ Cameras (Motion), Lenses, Support, Accessories, Monitors Zeiss 18, 25, 35, 50, 85mm T1.3, 135mm T2, Century Optics 2x Converter, Macro adapter, A&J Case 18mm T
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