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Paasche 2-Ounce Airbrush Lube
Paasche 2-Ounce Airbrush Lube
Price: $6.95
3 used & new from $6.95

5.0 out of 5 stars Keeps airbrush flowing.. 2 Oz will last a LONG time, December 11, 2014
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Picked up some of this after I was noticing my airbrush getting 'dry tip' quite a bit with alcohol-based paints.. cleaning it helped, but it became pretty frequent (even on a freshly cleaned airbrush/needle). Picked this up and.. it works! The 2 Oz. side is plenty (in fact, I think even .5 oz would be enough). What I do is open the cap, stick the needle into the opening and lift it out, letting any excess oil run off of it before putting it into the airbrush. It keeps the alcohol-based paints from drying on the needle (at least for a while!), providing a much easier airbrushing experience


Sonic Wave Professional Ultrasonic Cleaner - Cleans Jewelry, Optics, Eyeglass, CD's, DVD's and Other Delicate Items , Blitz Jewelry and Gem Cleaner
Sonic Wave Professional Ultrasonic Cleaner - Cleans Jewelry, Optics, Eyeglass, CD's, DVD's and Other Delicate Items , Blitz Jewelry and Gem Cleaner
Offered by DBROTH
Price: $27.95

5.0 out of 5 stars Great for cleaning airbrushes and other small items!, December 8, 2014
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I mainly picked this up to clean my airbrush -- most of the pieces can be cleaned by hand using a variety of tools (brushes cleaner liquids, airbrush pipe cleaners, etc..) but they're both a time-consuming process and don't get everything -- especially the needle tips and heads, they tend to keep paint stuck on (or more likely, inside) them. Over time these not only make the airbrush look heavily used, but begin to clog quicker. Even using the items above, a few places couldnt be easily cleaned (the insides of the small needle tips and threaded parts of the airbrush, for example).

Picking this up, I was able to disassemble and clean an airbrush gun within 10 minutes (with only about 1 minute of that being actual effort/work).

The item itself is pretty straight-forward.. it's a large dish with a lid, and 2 buttons: On and Off. No timers, no settings, no countdown on the top.
The inside is lined in metal and includes a small plastic basket for tiny pieces, and a plastic stand for watches.

Fill the thing with your cleaner of choice (I usually fill with water and a couple cap-fulls of the included liquid -- I hear people use dish soap or windex with good results), hit the ON button and wait for it to turn off (it auto-shuts-off after 3 minutes).

I tend to do 2 run-throughs with a cleaning fluid (6 minutes total) and then 1 final one with just clean water to get any chemicals off, then let it dry.

Tried a pair of glasses and it also worked very nice - got any small bits of dirt that are normally not accessible due to the tight spots they're in.

I haven't used this as a full replacement for cleaning, I typically clean out the airbrush briefly and then put it in the ultrasonic cleaner when it needs a more thorough cleaning.

The only downsides I see are.. it's small. Real small. I was expecting it to be bigger.. this thing is maybe 6.5" long by 4" wide on the inside, and it's oval shapes, so those are the widest dimensions. Once you put the plastic liner in, it's even smaller. This is kind of nice if you need to clean small items, but it may require multiple "fills" of items depending how much you need to clean. I've seen some where people will put 3-4 airbrushes in at once without any problem.. this one fills easily with just 1.

The unit also has a permanent blue LED shining into the tank (even when off) which may be an issue for those wanting to keep it plugged in.

It also doesn't have settings for time -- just on/off (3 minutes at a time) and also no countdown timer. For me, thats not a problem but it may be for some.


Yongnuo YN560-III-USA Speedlite Flash with Integrated 2.4-GHz Receiver for Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Olympus, GN58, US Warranty (Black)
Yongnuo YN560-III-USA Speedlite Flash with Integrated 2.4-GHz Receiver for Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Olympus, GN58, US Warranty (Black)
Offered by US Express Mall
Price: $71.00
34 used & new from $65.88

5.0 out of 5 stars Nice upgrade over previous YN560 models (if you don't need TTL), December 7, 2014
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I've owned quite a few of the yongnuo flashes, from the earlier YN460/N460-II/YN465 to the YN560, YN560II and now the YN560III

The YN560III, being nearly the same price as the YN560 and YN560II is the best yet -

First off -- Biggest feature is that these now include a built-in receiver (letting you use an existing RF-602, RF-603 or the new YN560TX). I had plenty of RF-602s and now the YN560TX and both work perfect, but they're a little awkward/confusing to set up (more on that later)

In terms of looks, it's almost identical to the YN560II - a couple differences are:
* Backlight is now a yellowish tint, was previously an orange
* The buttons have been revised to allow more features

I put new batteries in the YN560I, II and III and fired them all simulataneously at full power and all seemed to recycle about the same speed (no improvements here)

The YN560III includes a soft pouch to carry it and a plastic coldshoe stand (Yongnuo seems to have stopped including the Stofen-like diffuser in their new flashes)

The YN560III still has the high-voltage battery socket on the side (a nice feature, since they've dropped it on their higher end flashes) and runs of 4x AA batteries (Tip: Get Eneloops!)

The reason for buying these was the compatibility with the YN560TX.. This replaces the RF602/RF603 and sits on your camera but lets you set the flash power wirelessly.. You can set up to 6 groups of flashes and change the power levels from the camera itself. I use multiple cameras and was able to put a YN560TX on each camera, set to different settings, and trigger it that way -- it did seem to get a little confused, but overall did work nice (much better than changing the settings on the flashes each time)

So now the problem.. The YN560III has the same amount of buttons as the earlier models, but has a LOT more features built in. This means you need to learn odd button combinations (on the YN560II, each button was a dedicated function, on the III, if you press a button you get one feature, Hold it you'll get a different feature and hold 2 buttons you'll get another feature). They're not entirely clear on how to do certain things (like changing from the default RF603 to the RF602) and even the manual doesn't expain this. Overall though.. it works, and it works nice so I do recommend the upgrade. If you're fine with the existing YN560/YN560III and don't need the wireless control, you can pass on these.

The RF602/RF603 can be set to (I believe) 16 channels each, and can be triggered with either the 602/603 or the YN560TX transmitter.. You can also use the YN560TX transmitter to fire other flashes on a RF602/RF603 receiver (if you have ones like the YN560/YN560II, or other models)

The big downside is the lack of ETTL -- I personally don't use it, but that's something Yongnuo reserves for the higher end models. For the price, I love these things.


Ben Nye Final Seal 16oz.
Ben Nye Final Seal 16oz.
Offered by Big Stage Makeup
Price: $28.95
2 used & new from $28.95

5.0 out of 5 stars Great for sealing makeup.. mixing with airbrush liquid.. and a nice smell to it!, November 16, 2014
This review is from: Ben Nye Final Seal 16oz. (Misc.)
I've been using Final Seal for a while now and have loved it -- works great on effects makeups/powders and with airbrushes.. while providing a nice fragrance!

It comes in a number of sizes from a small bottle to this extra large "jug" -- if you plan to use it for a single event, a small bottle will do just fine. The larger size is for someone who wants to use it for quite a few different coverages (a makeup artist, cosplayer, etc..). The cost of the larger size isn't very much compared to the small size, but keep in mind it comes in a large container with no easy applicator. I picked up one of these and it easily lasted about 30-40 large applications (face/arms/legs), I imagine most will get even most uses out of it.

I recommend getting a small spray bottle (very inexpensive) if going for one of these larger (16 oz) bottles.. the cost savings are quite a bit over the smaller bottles.

The seal goes on with a nice minty fragrance (kind of like a mouthwash) which people seem to like -- it won't dry liquids (such as fake bloods) but will do a nice job with keeping most others from smearing.
It also works very nice with the Ben Nye Magicolor when using an airbrush (by itself, the magicolor is a bit too thick to properly spray). They suggest using a small amount, but about 50/50 (magicolor + final seal) seems to work really nice for me.

Overall, nice product, not too bad in price if buying in bulk (16 oz). Recommended!


Canon Lens Hood EW-73C
Canon Lens Hood EW-73C
Price: $27.95
6 used & new from $26.95

4.0 out of 5 stars The EW-73C is a nice lens hood for the Canon 10-18mm lens -- I ..., November 16, 2014
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The EW-73C is a nice lens hood for the Canon 10-18mm lens --

I typically shoot at night and dont notice much of a problem with flare on this, but bought the hood for protection - being an ultra-wide, you tend to get closer to the subjects and it's a safe way to keep your lens from being damaged (either too close to the ground or a wall, or anything else). The hood is a nice size and provides protection for the lens (especially if not using a UV filter) which is really nice -- I imagine it also cuts down quite a bit on lens flare. Would be nice if Canon packaged these with their non-L lenses or at least sold them for a bit lower in price.. otherwise a very nice item!


Maxboost Electron 10000mAh Dual-Port 3A USB Portable External Battery Pack for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus [Black] Backup External Charger compatible to iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5S / 5 / 4S /4, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 / 3 / 2 , Samsung Galaxy S6 / S5 / S4 / S3 / Tab 4 3 2 7.0 8.0 10.1 / S 8.4 10.5, LG Optimus G3 / G2 / G Flex / G Pro 2, HTC One M8 / M7 /M4, Nexus 5/4/6/7/8, iPad Air 4/3/2, iPad Mini 3 2 Retina, iPod Touch, G Pad,Sony[a.k.a Extended Power Charging Case Cable Car Charger]
Maxboost Electron 10000mAh Dual-Port 3A USB Portable External Battery Pack for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus [Black] Backup External Charger compatible to iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5S / 5 / 4S /4, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 / 3 / 2 , Samsung Galaxy S6 / S5 / S4 / S3 / Tab 4 3 2 7.0 8.0 10.1 / S 8.4 10.5, LG Optimus G3 / G2 / G Flex / G Pro 2, HTC One M8 / M7 /M4, Nexus 5/4/6/7/8, iPad Air 4/3/2, iPad Mini 3 2 Retina, iPod Touch, G Pad,Sony[a.k.a Extended Power Charging Case Cable Car Charger]
Offered by power-innovation
Price: $31.99
6 used & new from $18.65

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic product.. when it works right., April 25, 2014
NOTE: This product was provided free by the manufacturer in exchange for a review. The manufacturer did NOT in any way require/request a positive review in exchange.

I previously picked up an Eneloop booster and liked it. It was small, had 5000 mAH but was expensive. Almost twice the price of this product for half the power (and no indicator of percentage charged). It didn't include a case and was impossible to tell the battery life other than a single blue LED when in use. It also took 12+ hours to charge.

The Maxboost 10,000 includes a USB cable with 3 swappable connectors: MicroUSB, MiniUSB, iPod (30 pin). The benefit of this is that 1 USB cable can be used and the tips swipped out to whatever type of connector you need. The same cable is used to charge the battery (MicroUSB connector)

The battery has 2 outputs on one side: 5v 1.0a (for phones) and 5v 2.1a (for tablets). It also has a low power flashlight which can be used by double-clicking the button on the side of the unit.

The nicest thing to me is how fast this thing charges (maybe 8 hours from 0 to 100%) and the display (which tells you the % remaining.. rather than blinking lights like most other units)

I had no problem charging my phone the first couple times..

BUT
While the battery was still relatively full (maybe 90%), it just stopped charging anything for some reason. I tried multiple USB cables, multiple devices and nothing would work. This was within the first couple days and was worrysome. I contacted the manufacturer and they quickly sent out a replacement. This replacement ran into the same problem (highly charged, but wouldn't charge a device). To get this 2nd one to work, I had to plug it in (as if I were charging the battery pack) which quickly had the LCD display count up from 0% to 100% in a matter of seconds (and caused it to resume working again).

Another (smaller) issue is that while the LCD on the first unit was easily viewable, the 2nd unit had a much different viewing angle, requiring the device to be turned almost completely sideways to be able to view the display.

I have no idea why this was happening, or why plugging it in for a few seconds fixed it, but if you were at a location where plugging it into an outlet (even for just a few seconds) was not a possibility, you could be left without the option of using this.

Customer service was great. The product has some great stuff on it.. but you might run into that 1 time where you need it, only to find the charger isn't doing anything. If you're willing to take that chance, this is a great product for the price. If you need 100% certainty that it will work, this might not be the best option.


Lowepro S&F Laptop Utility Backpack 100 AW
Lowepro S&F Laptop Utility Backpack 100 AW
Offered by Sagewood Bag Company
Price: $27.92
10 used & new from $26.83

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good for a small laptop/tablet + accessories, April 2, 2014
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Backstory: I bought into the LowePro S&F system about a year ago and have really enjoyed it. S&F (Street & Field) is a system meant to connect with eachother and let you build your own setup. Typically this involves a belt (Deluxe or Light Utility belt), and a Harness or Vest and various compartment bags. You buy these, assemble it and end up with a nice belt+harness+bags designed to hold a lot of gear.

One difference though, is Lowepro introduced this Laptop Utility Backpack as part of the same line. A great way to build even further onto the S&F system.. or use standalone!

Standalone: The backpack works just fine standalone. It's very lightweight, includes a raincover, and adjustable straps.
There are 2 compartments: The main one includes a tight/flexible pocket designed to hold a tablet in place (I say tablet, as it seems to only fit 10" devices). In the same pocket is a strap designed to "lift" a device (works good for either accessories or a laptop/tablet itself). Either way you go with, the backpack is a bit small.. Id say a 10" tablet or MAYBE 14-15" laptop would fit? I use it with a Surface Pro.
2nd compartment (front) is for accessories and includes 2 smaller zip pockets.

My backpack holds a Surface Pro + Charger (main pocket) + Full-sized headphones, Xbox controller, mouse in the front compartment and Wacom pens + USB Drives + USB Cables in the smaller zip pockets.

All zippers are well made and work great.. a tucked away water cover is also included (Grey) which is permanently attached (but hidden).

Overall, it's nice and lightweight but not the roomiest. If using a laptop, you might want a bigger bag. I found it to be too small as a camera backpack.. it really is deigned as a messenger bag replacement, it seems.

But the selling point for me was the fact that it supposedly works with the S&F system listed above. Unfortunately, there is NO information included on how to connect this to a backpack. Nothing with the belt, nothing with the vest/harness, nothing with the backpack, other than "You can connect this backpack to your S&F belt/harness!"

So I contacted support and their explanation left alot to be desired. I've copy/pasted it below for anyone interested:

""If you look at the Utility Backpack; there's a second strap hanging off of each shoulder strap. You're going to unlace the primary padded shoulder strap and replace it with that second strap after disconnecting the "Slik Clip" that was securing it the Utility Pack's harness. You'll orient this strap through the "ladderlock" (tension adjustment) fitting on the backpack so that the clip-less end comes up from the back and over and through the ladderlock.

Next step is to route this straps clip end over the appropriate shoulder side of the Vest Harness, passing underneath the camera strap band and another pass-under to clip onto a small band of 25mm webbing.

Repeat the process with the other shoulder strap.

Lastly, undo the yoke connection between the bottom of the Vest Harness and the Deluxe Belt. Re route this 50mm wide strap through a band at the bottom-inboard side of the Utility Backpack and re-connect it to the belt.""

Got all that? Me neither.

Overall, the backpack is good. I found a way to connect it to the S&F system (probably not what was described above, but it works fine). For the new, lower price (25 bucks) I bought 2 -- one as a tablet bag one to always be connected to my harness/belt system. At the normal, higher price.. I can't really recommend it. Just way too small of a storage (but bulky of an overall design) to recommend at higher prices.


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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Bought 5.. 1 still works, March 30, 2014
Seeing that the Green lasers have a much brighter output than the Red laser pointers, I picked up a couple of these. Of the 5 I bought, nearly all were a different brightness.. some will instantly come on bright green, others will take 2-3 seconds, others will just never get bright.
The ones that worked right away.. loved the. The ones that need 2-3 seconds to warm up still worked for me (though not preferred). Unfortunately, with the quality control on these it's hard to tell what you'll actually get.

The screw-on caps are nice for a bonus and can rotate to give a "moving" laser animation.

Unfortunately, the build quality on all of these are terrible. The pen opens in the middle (unscrewing the top and bottom) where you insert the batteries. Unfortunately, batteries won't last in here. Nearly any time I load batteries, if I leave it sitting for 2 days they're dead. If i use it, it dims and dies relatively quickly.

The big problem, though, is that the part that opens in the center is incredibly fragile.. very thin metal that will break if you drop the pen or even keep it in a pocket/bag where it has pressure applied. At this point, you might as well throw it away because it's only going to give you trouble.

Of the 5 I bought, 1 still works. If it works.. it's great.. but it just won't last.

Look into the 5mw green laser with a lock and key.. those are a much sturdier product that won't fall apart like this. Can be found for about 10-15 bucks online -


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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great wagon - a few things to know though, March 29, 2014
I've been using this wagon for a few weeks and really do like it.. but in that time I've also come across a few issues that may be a dealbreaker for some.

I see a lot of people comment about using it to carry groceries, children (even though its not recommended) or bulkier stuff around the house and to/from car.. for that, it does work very nice. It's a very spacious area that can hold a good amount of weight.. but when dealing with hills, stairs or trying to stand it up (when folded) make it much trickier.

For the positive side.. it folds up very compact, folds very easily (a pull string in the center of the wagon.. no weird unlocking/folding required).

The handle is a bit iffy.. it only extends about 16" past the wagon, and can either lock (upright) or release (pull-type). If you're taller, the handle might not extend enough to comfortably pull. There is a locking mechanism on it to lock the length of the extension.

The wheels are big and work fine over different types of ground (sidewalks, dirt, hills).
The wheels, however, are not locked to the handle in the front. This was used as a selling point (you can turn the wheels without having to turn the handle -- great for tight spaces, but not the best when pulling it as it tends to move around a lot when carrying heavy items in the wagon.

The wagon itself folds very compact but weighs about 25LBs.. unfortunately it's hard to store any way but laying-down when packaged (leaning it against anything, because of the wheels, tends to have it fall over).

The cart can be heavy to pull when loaded -- moreso than I was expecting it to. Nowhere near as bad as carrying the items yourself, but it requires some strength.
This leads to problems when pulling it uphills. There are no brakes to lock wheels in place, so if you set it on a hill, it's going to roll down (and fast). With the wagon filled, it speeds down hills, so keep an eye on it.
The other problem is with stairs.. going down stairs is a little easier, but going up was very difficult (with everything inside wanting to fall outside when going up stairs). I wouldn't recommend doing this if possible, and assume doing so can lead to some broken welds that people have discussed in reviews.
I found it to be easier to just lift the entire wagon and take it down the stairs (obviously not the preferred solution!).

A few other things: There are 2 small mesh holders on the front of the wagon (where the handle is).. great for holding a coulple drinks or smaller items.

While they say its only a pull wagon, you can actually push it if you lock the handle in the upright position.. I found this easier to use at times (especially if hauling around more expensive equipment in public areas)


Portrait Pro Studio 12
Portrait Pro Studio 12
Offered by Anthropics
Price: $69.95

22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very impressed with this software (Photoshop/Lightroom/OnOne/Nik-user), March 29, 2014
This review is from: Portrait Pro Studio 12 (CD-ROM)
I've been using photoshop, lightroom and other image editors for years now. I've paid for the 400-dollar plugins (Nik, Onone) and for the 20-dollar plugins (Topaz). My experience has been that outside of the bigger-name ones (Nik/Google and OnOne for plugins or Adobe/Apply for editing software), plugins can be pretty iffy. Seeing software like this that cleans up skin AND reshapes faces, from a company I've never heard of (Anthropics), I was very skeptical (especially considering the price).

Plugins like Portraiture or OnOne's "Perfect Portrait" do a great job with retouching skin, but neither lets you morph faces (and both cost quite a bit more than this!). I own both of those.

I actually tried the demo of this.. not for the reshaping, but for the "light positioning" feature they added in v12.. but I ended up loving both.

When you open a photo, it maps the face.. the outline of the face, the eyes, mouth, nose, hair.. it does this all automatically (or you can do it if it doesnt recognize a face) and works surprisingly well. It then asks for the type of person in the photo: Woman/Man/Boy/Girl and gives you a set of presets.
I like the presets, but you'll probably want to tweak them or create your own. Some presets will do everything (shape the face a bit, smooth the skin) but there are also specific "addons" you can click on.. maybe you like everything but want to change the mouth to a bit more of a smile.. or change the eye color.. or add some cheekbone effect. I like that these work as "addons" on top of any edits you do, opposed to resetting the image and applying only that effect.

I was most surprised with the amount of options it gives though. I figured it would be "Smooth skin: 0-100", but it's divided into many sub-sections: Master, Around eyes, Lighten eye bags, smooth eye bags, smooth crows feet, imperfections, thin wrinkles, fine shadows, remove pores, remove shine, texture, type of texture, spot removal. And this applies to every section. Very nice if you just want to "Remove shine" but not anything else. Each section (Face sculpt, skin smoothing, skin lighting, eye controls, mouth and nose controls, hair controls, skin coloring controls, picture controls) has a large set of subsections.

I found the program to do a good job -- the default skin smoothing might be a little high for some (I thought it took a little too much out and made it TOO perfect), but with the amount of controls you can easily fix that and save it as a new preset.

Details like changing eye color are very simple.. you can even change hair color.

I was hesitant to try any skin-reshaping, but this program did a very nice job with it. This is always controversial, but it works surprisingly well. It looks natural and gives a nice outcome. I'll leave this up to individuals on if you feel it's right (if you're doing journalism or trying to represent a persons actual looks, this might not be for you.). I will say it does a very good job though.

Lighting: This is a new feature and lets you add a light source to the image.. this is usually done poor in image editors (adding a fake light to the photo) but works really nicely in this..you can position a light source over the models face (very customizable) to get different looks.. want a "side lit" shot? or lit from above? shadows in certain areas? this one uses what looks like a 3D algorithm to properly map the light. I think it does a good enough job that if I had v11 of this (which did not have this) I might upgrade for it.

Mutiple computers: You do need to activate this software (you can use online or manual activation). I was a bit worried as I imagined this meant: 1 install/activation. I activated it on my PC and Laptop without issues.. I found out you get 2 activations (EX: 1 PC, 1 laptop) before it says you need to purchase an additional license. (I also dislike software that needs to be activated, because if they shutdown and you try to re-install this, you can't).

Speed: This actually worked really well.. very fast, even on an ultrabook. Some plugins take a while to work and run slowly.. need to constantly pause to recalculate.. this one runs great.

Problems: I found that faces work great! ..if they're uncovered. If you have hands on the models face, or anything else (like part of a mask) it seems to get confused and not work as well.

NOTE: There are 3 versions of this software:

Portrait Pro v12
Portrait Pro v12 Studio
Portrait Pro v12 Studio MAX

v12 (Standard) is great.. it's a standalone plugin and does all sorts of stuff.. but there is NO Photoshop plugin.. lightroom plugin.. aperture plugin.. RAW support.. DNG support.. read/write TIFF support.. colorspaces.. embedded color profile support or batching. To get that, you need to purchase Studio (or Studio Max for full batch support).

You can buy v12 and upgrade to Studio on their website, but the overall cost is quite a bit more than buying Studio by itself (especially since they offer deals on their website and newsletter).

If you just use JPEG and don't need a photoshop plugin, v12 standard works nicely. If you do need RAW or DNG support, you'll want the Studio version (which isn't a lot more expensive than this version.. it's just not too obvious that there are multiple versions unless you are aware of it ahead of time). StudioMAX, however, is a lot more expensive. I recommend STUDIO.

Overall.. I wasn't expecting to like it, but I really do. Recommended.
(Note: I purchased this directly from their website, so no "verified amazon purchase" on this review)
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