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 Friday, October 23, 2020
 Thursday, October 22, 2020
From Sigma:
 
Firmware update for SIGMA Global Vision lenses in Canon EF mount
 
Thank you for purchasing and using our products.
 
We would like to announce that a new firmware update is now available for the SIGMA Global Vision lenses in Canon EF mount listed below.
 
For customers who own the SIGMA USB DOCK UD-01 and applicable products listed below, please update the firmware via SIGMA Optimization Pro.
 
[Applicable product]
 
·SIGMA 18-200mm F3.5-6.3 DC MACRO OS HSM | Contemporary in Canon EF mount
 
[Benefits of the update]
 
·It has optimized the exposure during viewfinder shooting when used in combination with the EOS 90D.
 
·It has improved the AF accuracy when using SIGMA MOUNT CONVERTER MC-11 EF-E and SIGMA MOUNT CONVERTER MC-21 EF-L.
 
[Applicable product]
 
·SIGMA 70-200mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | Sports in Canon EF mount
 
·SIGMA 100-400mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Contemporary in Canon EF mount
 
[Benefits of the update]
 
·It has optimized the exposure during viewfinder shooting when used in combination with the EOS 90D and the EOS-1D X Mark III.
 
[Applicable product]
 
·SIGMA 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Sports in Canon EF mount.
 
[Benefits of the update]
 
·It has optimized the exposure during viewfinder shooting when used in combination with the EOS 90D and the EOS-1D X Mark III.
 
·It has fixed a rarely-occurring communication problem during Live View shooting when mounted on the EOS-1D X Mark III.
 
[Applicable product]
 
·SIGMA 20mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art in Canon EF mount
 
[Benefits of the update]
 
·It has optimized the exposure during viewfinder shooting when used in combination with the EOS 90D and the EOS-1D X Mark III.
 
·It has reduced the operating sound of the lens diaphragm blades when attached with the SIGMA MOUNT CONVERTER MC-11 EF-E and used for shooting movies.
 
·It has reduced the operating sound of the lens diaphragm blades when used for shooting movies on Canon cameras. *
 
*The degree of improvement differs depending on the camera used.
 
[How to update]
 
Connect the lens to a computer via the SIGMA USB DOCK UD-01 (sold separately), then open SIGMA Optimization Pro*. If the lens firmware isn’t the latest version, the following message will appear: ‘The latest lens firmware is available’. Click ‘Yes’ to update.
 
* Before updating lens firmware using the SIGMA USB DOCK UD-01, please ensure you update SIGMA Optimization Pro to the latest version.
Posted to: Canon News   Category: Sigma News
Post Date: 10/22/2020 9:43:54 PM CT   Posted By: Bryan
From Sigma:
 
Firmware update for the SIGMA MOUNT CONVERTER MC-11 EF-E
 
Thank you for purchasing and using our products.
 
We are pleased to announce that a firmware update for the SIGMA MOUNT CONVERTER MC-11 EF-E is now available.
 
[Applicable product]
 
·SIGMA MOUNT CONVERTER MC-11 EF-E
 
[Benefits of the update]
 
·It makes the converter compatible with the SIGMA 18-200mm F3.5-6.3 DC MACRO OS HSM | Contemporary in Canon EF mount, that has the latest firmware Ver.2.03
 
·It makes the converter compatible with the SIGMA 70-200mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | Sports in Canon EF mount, that has the latest firmware Ver.1.02.
 
·It makes the converter compatible with the SIGMA 100-400mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Contemporary in Canon EF mount, that has the latest firmware Ver.2.07.
 
·It makes the converter compatible with the SIGMA 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Sports in Canon EF mount, that has the latest firmware 2.02.
 
·It makes the converter compatible with the SIGMA 20mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art in Canon EF mount, that has the latest firmware 2.01.
 
[How to update]
 
Connect the SIGMA MOUNT CONVERTER MC-11 to a computer with the included USB cable, then open SIGMA Optimization Pro*. If there is a newer firmware version available than the one currently installed on your converter, you will see the message ‘There is the latest firmware for the converter’. Click ‘Yes’ to update.
 
?Before attaching the updated SIGMA MOUNT CONVERTER MC-11 to the camera body, please remove the battery pack from the camera then reinsert.
 
*Please be sure to update SIGMA Optimization Pro to the latest version when updating the MC-11 firmware.
Posted to: Canon News, Nikon News, Sony News   Category: Sigma News
Post Date: 10/22/2020 9:49:53 PM CT   Posted By: Bryan
B&H has the ProGrade Digital CFexpress Type B & UHS-II SDXC Dual-Slot USB 3.2 Gen 2 Card Reader in stock.
 
This is the card reader I use. It is fast and reliable.
Post Date: 10/22/2020 9:10:46 PM CT   Posted By: Bryan
From Manfrotto:
 
Discover the new Manfrotto Professional Batteries and Chargers
 
The NEW Manfrotto Professional Batteries and Chargers go above and beyond your average charging solution! With higher quality batteries, and faster, more efficient charging to ensure content creators are never without the power they need.
 
Professional Batteries
 
Peak performance, durability & quality! The Manfrotto Professional rechargeable batteries offer an ultra-high capacity of 2000 mAh for a wide range of Canon and Nikon cameras. Using Lithium ion technology, you can recharge the battery at any point.
 
Injected with silicone for a shock-absorbing construction, Professional batteries are built to withstand extreme tough environments, and are drop proof up to 9ft! Never lose your batteries to the bottom of your bag again, thanks to the signature Manfrotto red coloured housing.
 
Think all batteries are the same? Think again.
 
ProCUBE Chargers
 
The Manfrotto ProCUBE is a DSLR twin charger made for a range of Canon, Nikon or Sony fit batteries. It features quick top up charge, a high-end LCD display, battery health check and can charge 1 or 2 batteries simultaneously! Each ProCUBE comes with a 12V car lead, an integrated 2.4A USB charger, numerous battery plates, and AA tray which charges 4 x AA batteries simultaneously.
 
The tray can also be used to store AA batteries when not in use, which makes the Manfrotto ProCUBE perfect for travelling, and is supplied with interchangeable US, Euro and UK plug heads.
 
No matter where your work takes you, you’ll never be without power!
 
Check out the new Manfrotto Professional Batteries and Chargers at B&H.
Posted to: Canon News, Nikon News, Sony News   Category: Manfrotto News
Post Date: 10/22/2020 8:59:31 PM CT   Posted By: Bryan
Topaz Labs has released Gigapixel AI v5.2 and put it on sale for only $79.99 (reg. $99.99) through Friday, November 6.
 
The Utility Bundle, which includes DeNoise AI, Gigapixel AI, Sharpen AI, and JPEG to RAW AI, is also on sale through the same date and is discounted to $195.00 (regularly $359.96).
 
The Creator Bundle is also on sale, discounted to $149.99 from $279.97.
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Post Date: 10/22/2020 6:36:35 PM CT   Posted By: Bryan
Sometimes, an ultra-wide-angle lens becomes a requirement to get the shot. Sometimes, a wide aperture is also required. Both were requirements down in Monument Cove, Acadia National Park, on this night. The Sony FE 12-24mm f/2.8 GM Lens had the credentials to get the job done.
 
As I climbed down into the cove, the plan was to capture the monolith in front of the milky way. Upon arrival, I decided that the rock on the other side of the frame also had great character and wanted it included in the image. Even at the extreme 12mm full-frame angle of view, keeping everything seen here in the frame meant my back was against the rock wall.
 
The milky way is typically photographed against a black sky. However, if the sky is dark and the milky way is in view, it can be photographed at the end of the blue hour. This image was captured about 7 minutes after "nautical end." Despite a bit of light showing in the sky, it was very dark in the cove, and the f/2.8 aperture proved very helpful, keeping the ISO setting down to a still-high 8000.
 
This pic especially looks better big. A larger version of this image is available on Flickr.
Post Date: 10/22/2020 8:59:38 AM CT   Posted By: Bryan
For a multitude of good reasons, the Canon EOS R5 continues to see extreme demand and is out of stock everywhere. The latest from B&H is:
 
"We are constantly filling backorders for this item, as of now, new orders placed today will likely ship in November."
 
Put this camera on your Christmas list.
 
If you opt for the with-lens kit version of the R5, Adorama indicates a more encouraging: "This Item is on the way to our warehouse and is expected in a few days."
 
Another update: the Canon RF 85mm F2 Macro IS STM Lens that was supposed to ship today? B&H is now indicating that this Lens has expected availability of Nov 2nd, the original expectation.
Posted to: Canon News   Categories: Photography Deals, In Stock Notices
Post Date: 10/22/2020 8:24:55 AM CT   Posted By: Bryan
 Wednesday, October 21, 2020
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Post Date: 10/21/2020 7:38:34 AM CT   Posted By: Bryan
 Tuesday, October 20, 2020
B&H now has the new Canon EOS R6 Body in stock!
Posted to: Canon News   Categories: Photography Deals, In Stock Notices
Post Date: 10/20/2020 9:53:35 PM CT   Posted By: Bryan
Canon has made Canon EOS 5D Mark IV firmware update version 1.3.0 available for download.
 
Firmware Version 1.3.0 incorporates the following fixes and enhancements:

  1. Enables NFC connection with smartphones running Android 10 operating system.
    *For Android running v6.0 or later, use Camera Connect v2.7.10 or later.
    *For Android running v5.0 or older, use a connection method other than NFC.
  2. Enables support for the .CR2 image file format on image.canon.
  3. Fixes a phenomenon in which some camera operations may not be possible or an error may occur after an insufficient flash output is produced when shooting with the flash.

Posted to: Canon News   Category: Canon Firmware Updates
Post Date: 10/20/2020 9:41:28 PM CT   Posted By: Bryan
Canon has made Canon EOS 6D Mark II firmware update version 1.1.0 available for download.
 
Firmware Version 1.1.0 incorporates the following fixes and enhancements:

  1. Enables NFC connection with smartphones running Android 10 operating system.
    *For Android running v6.0 or later, use Camera Connect v2.7.10 or later.
    *For Android running v5.0 or older, use a connection method other than NFC.
  2. Enables support for the .CR2 image file format on image.canon.

Posted to: Canon News   Category: Canon Firmware Updates
Post Date: 10/20/2020 9:38:23 PM CT   Posted By: Bryan
Adorama finally has the Canon EOS R6 Body in stock!
Posted to: Canon News   Categories: Photography Deals, In Stock Notices
Post Date: 10/20/2020 5:32:14 PM CT   Posted By: Bryan
ProMediaGear has just introduced the BH50 Ball Head. Get more details on ProMediaGear's website.
Posted to: Canon News, Nikon News, Sony News   Category: ProMediaGear News
Post Date: 10/20/2020 3:38:50 PM CT   Posted By: Bryan
From Think Tank Photo:
 
Think Tank Photo has just released their new The Essentials Convertible Rolling Backpack. This rolling backpack goes where other rollers can’t. Roll it easily over smooth surfaces, or simply deploy the backpack straps to carry it over rough terrain.
 
Sized to meet most airline carry-on requirements, the Essentials fits two DSLR or Mirrorless bodies, a mounted 70–200mm, multiple lenses, and a 16-inch laptop. And because it’s from Think Tank, the bag will roll long into the future.
 
Use our link to get the detail and to receive a free Think Tank product and free U.S. shipping on all orders over $50.00.
Post Date: 10/20/2020 2:27:01 PM CT   Posted By: Bryan
The 5DayDeal Complete Photography Bundle 2020, an exclusive collection of photography resources, has been extended by 8 hours, until 8:00 PM PT (11:00 PM ET)!
 
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Posted to: Canon News, Nikon News, Sony News   Category: Photography Deals
Post Date: 10/20/2020 2:15:31 PM CT   Posted By: Bryan
As usual, this gear is being sold to raise funds. Most items are in excellent condition, and a pair of excellent Canon EF lenses and some cameras are on this list. Check the list to see if anything fits into your kit.
 
Bryan's Used Gear for Sale
 
Posted to: Canon News, Nikon News, Sony News   Category: Photography Deals
Post Date: 10/20/2020 7:46:24 AM CT   Posted By: Bryan
 Monday, October 19, 2020
This is your last chance to make the 5DayDeal Complete Photography Bundle 2020, an exclusive collection of photography resources, yours!
 
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Posted to: Canon News, Nikon News, Sony News   Category: Photography Deals
Post Date: 10/19/2020 11:42:39 AM CT   Posted By: Bryan
Students and teachers can currently save 10% on the new Sony Alpha a7C Mirrorless Digital Camera with FE 28-60mm Lens at B&H. Many other educational deals are available.
Posted to: Sony News   Category: Photography Deals
Post Date: 10/19/2020 11:17:13 AM CT   Posted By: Bryan
Check out the latest Deals of the Week at B&H.
 
Some standout deals include:

  • Lexar Savings Including $70.00 Off of the 256GB Professional CFexpress Type-B Memory Card
  • ProGrade Digital Savings Including $105.00 Off of the 650GB CFexpress 2.0 Cobalt Memory Card
  • Star Tracker Star Adventurer Pro Pack (what I use) — Save $50.00
  • X-rite Color Calibration Tools — Save up to $40.00
  • Much More!

A huge range of additional items are available, and most deals include free shipping.

Posted to: Canon News, Nikon News, Sony News   Category: Photography Deals
Post Date: 10/19/2020 11:09:11 AM CT   Posted By: Bryan
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Post Date: 10/19/2020 8:34:21 AM CT   Posted By: Bryan
Update: Canon USA has published a press release that does not require translation:
 
Canon U.S.A. Announces Three New Industrial Imaging Sensors
 
MELVILLE, NY, October 19, 2020 – As imaging sensors continue to be an essential component of industrial processes, Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, is excited to announce three new CMOS (complementary metal-oxide semiconductors) sensors: the ultra-high-resolution LI8020 series, the ultra-high sensitivity LI3030 series, and the LI7050SAC. These sensors help expand the company’s lineup of industrial vision products while offering integrators and end-users additional capabilities when developing solutions for various applications.
 
LI8020SAC/LI8020SAM
 
The LI8020SAC (color)/LI8020SAM (monochrome) ultra-high resolution CMOS sensor features a pixel pitch of 1.5 µm (micrometer) and a resolution of approximately 250 million pixels, which provides detailed images in a wide range of applications and situations. The sensor will help meet the needs of manufacturers to inspect flat panel displays, which frequently exhibit 4K and sometimes even 8K content. The sensor can also be a tool for video production, digital archiving, wide-area monitoring, and the medical industry by providing ultra-high resolution and ultra-high-speed signal readouts. Due to the ultra-high pixel count of the sensor, images can be captured that maintain incredible image quality, even if an area of the moving or still image has been cropped and enlarged using an electronic zoom.
 
The new sensor can capture video at an ultra-high-resolution that is approximately 125 times higher than Full HD (1920 × 1080 pixels) and about 30 times higher than 4K (3840 × 2160 pixels). Still images can be captured at a speed of approximately five frames per second even when reading all the pixels. A fast signal readout of 1.25 billion pixels per second helps to avoid the potential of any signal delay or deviation. The rapid signal readout is achieved by advancing circuit miniaturization and signal processing technology. When the Read Return on Investment (Region of Interest) feature is utilized, the frame rate of the sensor can be increased by selecting an area and reducing the amount of information to be read. If a user doesn’t need the input of every pixel, the ROI readout function allows you to read every pixel at five fps, 8K at 24 fps, 4K at 30 fps, and Full HD at 60 fps. The sensor also features a "thinning-out read function" that enables high-speed readout by reducing the number of vertical pixels to be read out of the full shooting area, allowing selection of an output data format that suits users’ needs.
 
LI3030SAI/LI3030SAM
 
The LI3030SAI (RGB-IR)/LI3030SAM (monochrome) sensor is a 35mm full-size ultra-high sensitivity CMOS sensor with a large pixel size of 19 µm that allows for image capturing in low-light environments where it can difficult for the naked eye to identify the subject. The sensor can read 2160 × 1280 pixels, which is wider than Full HD (1920 × 1080 pixels), enabling it to be a suitable solution for astronomical observation applications and the monitoring and industrial applications that require high-resolution images with a specific aspect ratio.
 
Compared to similar Canon models, the sensitivity of the LI3030SAI and LI3030SAM sensor is approximately 2.3 and 3 times higher in the near-infrared range, respectively. The sensitivity capabilities of the LI3030SAI allow users to see the pupil of a human-eye through sunglasses. The LI3030SAM sensitivity capabilities enable users to capture monochrome moving images and can reduce the appearance of dust, enhancing astronomical observation. By assigning one pixel of the color filter as a pixel for the near-infrared region, it is possible to simultaneously acquire color and near-infrared motion images with a single sensor even under low-light conditions. In addition, since the differences in the reflectance and absorbance of light in the near-infrared region can be detected from weak signals and the state of the inside of a substance can be observed, the sensor can be used in a wide range of industrial and medical fields. Use-case examples include long-distance monitoring at night, observation of crop growth in a wide area, inspection of foreign matter contamination in food factories, and visualization of biological tissues.
 
LI7050SAC
 
The LI7050SAC is a high resolution CMOS sensor that is ideal for security camera use because of its high sensitivity and price point. Featuring a pixel pitch of 4.1 µm and a resolution of approximately 2.12 million pixels, the sensor provides a High Dynamic Range (HDR) of equivalent to up to 20 stops with frame rates of 30fps and 60fps. What’s more, the sensor features a 54,000 green sensitivity level and can read 1936 × 1096 pixels, which is slightly higher than HD resolution.
 
For more information on Canon sensors including how to talk to a sales representative, please visit canon-cmos-sensors.com.
 
 
Original post:
 
From Canon Japan via Google Translate:
 
Released "LI8020SAC / LI8020SAM", an ultra-high resolution CMOS sensor with approximately 250 million pixels
 
October 19, 2020
 
Canon Inc.
Canon Marketing Japan Inc.
 
As a new product of APS-H size (about 29.4 x 18.9 mm) CMOS sensor, Canon will release "LI8020SAC (color) / LI8020SAM (monochrome)" capable of imaging about 250 million pixels (19,568 x 12,588 pixels) in 2020. It will be released in late October of the year.
 
LI8020SAC / LI8020SAM
 
Main features
 
The new product is an ultra-high resolution CMOS sensor with approximately 250 million pixels, which enables you to capture detailed information in an image while shooting a wide range. In addition, by setting the pitch of one pixel to 1.5 µm (micrometer), we have achieved approximately 250 million pixels in APS-H size, making it possible to use it for various purposes. It can be used for various purposes such as FPD (flat panel display) inspection, which has become higher definition due to the development of 4K / 8K video technology, industrial inspection, video production, digital archive, wide area surveillance, microscope, etc. Meet the needs of users.
 
Get detailed information even in a wide range of shooting with ultra-high resolution of about 250 million pixels
 
The new product is capable of imaging at ultra-high resolution of about 250 million pixels, which is about 125 times that of full HD (1,920 x 1,080 pixels) and about 30 times that of 4K (3,840 x 2,160 pixels), and can be taken in any shooting range. Sufficient resolution can be obtained by trimming the area and enlarging it with an electronic zoom.
 
Achieves ultra-high-speed signal reading of approximately 1.25 billion pixels / second
 
With CMOS sensors, the amount of signal increases as the number of pixels increases, causing signal delays and slight timing deviations. The new product has an ultra-multi-pixel structure of approximately 250 million pixels, but by refining the circuit and advancing signal processing technology, it has achieved an ultra-high-speed signal readout of approximately 1.25 billion pixels per second. This enables ultra-high resolution imaging at a speed of approximately 5 frames / sec even when all pixels are read out.
 
Supports data output according to user needs with "ROI read function" etc.
 
The new product is equipped with a "ROI (Region of Interest) read function" that selectively reads only an arbitrary area. If you want to read only a specific area at high speed, you can use the "ROI read function" at 24 fps for 8K (7,680 x 4,320 pixels), 30 fps for 4K (3,840 x 2,160), and 60 fps for full HD (1,920 x 1,080). Video recording is possible. It also has a "thinning out reading function * " that thins out the entire image area in the vertical direction to read out, so you can select the data output method that suits your needs.
 
* 4 patterns of thinning are possible. 1/3 is about 15fps, 1/5 is about 25fps, 1/7 is about 35fps, and 1/9 is about 45fps.
 

 
CMOS sensor market trends
 
Digital technologies such as image processing are also undergoing rapid evolution as high-definition technology is advancing for FPD inspection equipment. High resolution is also required for CMOS sensors, which are the eyes of inspection equipment, and manufacturing sites are demanding inspection equipment equipped with ultra-high resolution sensors. In addition, ultra-high resolution sensors are expected to be used in applications such as wide area monitoring. (Research by Canon)
Post Date: 10/19/2020 8:20:20 AM CT   Posted By: Bryan
In my Canon EOS R5 and EOS R6 Setup Guide, I indicated that "Focus bracketing" and "Number of bracketed shots" were included on the My Menu tab 2. The R5 is my first daily-use camera to have this feature (one of the first Canon EOS cameras to get it), and I've been anxious to put this feature to use in the field. Remembering that the feature is now a couple of button presses away is the first in-the-field challenge.
 
The Mount Desert Island Historical Society beautifully maintains the Somesville Bridge, Selectmen's Building, and the surrounding grounds. This includes planter boxes that always hold attractive flowering plant arrangements in the fall. These planters beg to be included in the frame, but including the plants, the bridge, and the building in the same frame requires extreme depth of field for all details to be sharp. Extreme depth of field generally requires a very narrow aperture, and a very narrow aperture generally results in a diffraction-softened image.
 
Focus bracketing solves this problem.
 
For this picture, the focal length that best composed the scene was first selected, and the Really Right Stuff TVC-24L Mk2 Tripod with an RRS BH-40 Ball Head was moved into a somewhat awkward position to lock the composition down. ISO 100 was selected for the least noise, f/11 was selected to gain a significant depth of field for each image (f/8 would have been a good alternative in hindsight), and the shutter speed, 1/10 sec., was selected for the final exposure brightness, just bright enough to cause minor overexposed highlights on the bridge (blinking during image review). The R5's "Focus bracketing" was enabled and the "Number of bracketed shots" was set to 15.
 
With the lens in AF mode, the focus spot was placed over the closest subject, the ornamental cabbage flower. When the shutter release was pressed using the 2-second self-timer mode, the camera took a series of images. While I selected 15 bracketed shots in the menu, the camera knew that only four were required for this scenario.
 
In Canon Digital Photo Professional (DPP), the four RAW images were selected, and the Tools > Depth Compositing > Start depth compositing tool menu option was selected. The default settings were used to output a 16-bit TIFF file that only required minor adjustments unrelated to focus.
 
My wife thinks the cabbage is too big relative to the background elements, but moving into the street to capture a more distant view was not a good idea from a safety perspective, and that perspective would have resulted in sidewalk and other less attractive elements being included in the frame. Harder to argue against is that the flowers provide lots of color in the frame. Regardless, hopefully the ease of creating a focus bracketed image with the Canon EOS R5 and EOS R6 is illuminated.
 
A larger version of this image is available on Flickr.
Post Date: 10/19/2020 7:10:07 AM CT   Posted By: Bryan
 Sunday, October 18, 2020
I can attest to the sleeping qualities of the tundra. In general, I avoid photographing wildlife from a downward angle, and unless obstructions such as tall grass are present, you will often find me photographing wildlife from a squatted or seated position. However, when the subject is lying down on the ground, it can be especially challenging to get down to their level. In this case, I was flat out, lying down on the tundra alongside this huge bull moose. With the tundra under me, I have seldom had such a comfortable shooting position — a very welcomed restful position after hiking the miles necessary to get to this location.
 
Shooting handheld, taking advantage of the excellent image stabilization this camera and lens provide, gave me the ability to get into unique positions very quickly on this adventure.
 
A larger version of this image is available on Flickr.
 
Camera and Lens Settings
159mm  f/5.0  1/125s
ISO 320
8192 x 5464px
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Post Date: 10/18/2020 7:59:40 AM CT   Posted By: Bryan
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Post Date: 10/18/2020 7:06:18 AM CT   Posted By: Bryan
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