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Dorian Weber

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Hello,

 

I am selling a New Pl Mount Titanium.
Since I have no PL Lenses, I never mounted any lens on it.
Photos Available at: www.dwcimages.com/plmount/

 

Price is ; 1300 USD

 

Interesting Buyers please contact:

 

Dorian: video169 add yahoo.com

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UPDATE INFORMATION:
I know when somebody see my post of selling the RED PL Mount, and he reads that I - and the mount is located in Tokyo...... far away.. too far, even to consider to buy it. Therefore, I am planning to come this October or in November to Los Angeles, and if I have somebody seriously interested, I will gladly be bringing the mount with me to LA!

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Dorian, I can't find the webpage with pics from the URL you gave....?

 

Why does the mount need to be titanium? Stainless is already expensive enough...

What lens does the mount fit to....?

Edited by Gregg MacPherson

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Dorian, no problem. I didn't see what you were doing at first. But the question is still there...why does one need titanium..? Is it solid titanium? For which parts..?

 

Cheers,

Gregg.

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Gregg,

a Titanium Mount is far more durable. And since all PL Mount lenses are far more heavy than still camera lenses, it makes sense to use a Titanium Mount. As far as I know, RED never bothered to make an aluminum mount because of that.

 

Cheers

 

Dorian

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I don't think that a comparison between titanium and aluminium is that meaningful. What are the lens ports on Arri, Sony etc cameras made of? If they have all switched to titanium... my applogies..

 

Is your mount made entirely of solid titanium...? (asking the second time).

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No, I'm not. Saw your other adverts for red stuff later. I suppose I should have figured it out all on my own.

 

Still curious about what the materials for the mount are. The word "titanium" has glamour, in both a positive and negative sense....

 

I'll let you get back to selling your item...

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