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May 23, 2011

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Instead of the zoom range they should give the amount of liquid it holds in ML.

Hey how about a variable size cup.

Zoom Cup 18 - 100 ML.

I think I'll stop now.

Yes, but what's the bokeh like?

You obviously needed to get an IS version


(the joke works better if it were Nikon, with VR)

There should be a cup replica of the Nikon 35mm f/1.8DX for those that drink espresso.

>>There should be a cup replica of the Nikon 35mm f/1.8DX for those that drink espresso.<<

True espresso snobs would accept nothing less than a replica of the Pentax FA 31mm f/1.8 Limited. The hood design results in enhanced aroma and flavor.

And for the All-American supersizers, they could make a replica of the Sigma 200-500/2.8.

wow, how awesome, i happened to buy myself this one just about a week ago. what a coincidence. sounds like mine is more practical, the lens hood/cap has some teeth the hold it pretty snug, and while it's not spill "proof", it's VERY spill resistant. and at $25 shipped... i love it, and LOVE asking my favorite coffee shop to fill it up and get that confused stare which turns to delight and surprise upon popping the lid :P

I have the AF-S NIKKOR 24-70mm 1:2.8 G ED ... it is normally used as a conversation piece. It smells like plastic, and has poor stabilization compared to my everyday mug which is real glass, but I consider it to be passable backup glass, and sometimes a walkaround mug, again purely for the conversation value. I was surprised to find out that it actually zooms, although at the long end you really feel the lack of stabilization. If you drink espresso you will appreciate the colour and contrast of this lens. If I were forced to choose only one lens coffee mug, it would be this one. One caution, though - be careful if you drink fancy espresso drinks with this and like to zoom with your feet - you might lose a few shots.

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