4k (Red variation is approx 4520×2540) VIDEO CLIPS SHOT WITH THE RED ONE CAMERA

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destrekor

Lifer
Nov 18, 2005
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Originally posted by: Goosemaster
Originally posted by: Rubycon
Now all we need is a 30 page per second printer.

:laugh:
not you too:(
rough crowd eh? :laugh:


honestly, it's pretty sweet. That should help the 4K industry, considering that's what some theaters are starting to display, so take full advantage of that native res and the picture experienced at those theaters is going to be :shocked:!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D
however, it's meaningless in the home-theater market. Bandwidth cannot handle it, display tech isn't close... especially when considering cost of anything coming. And physical media sure ain't close, well some new techs are but cost is another issue altogether at this point.
 

Goosemaster

Lifer
Apr 10, 2001
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Originally posted by: destrekor
Originally posted by: Goosemaster
Originally posted by: Rubycon
Now all we need is a 30 page per second printer.

:laugh:
not you too:(
rough crowd eh? :laugh:


honestly, it's pretty sweet. That should help the 4K industry, considering that's what some theaters are starting to display, so take full advantage of that native res and the picture experienced at those theaters is going to be :shocked:!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D
however, it's meaningless in the home-theater market. Bandwidth cannot handle it, display tech isn't close... especially when considering cost of anything coming. And physical media sure ain't close, well some new techs are but cost is another issue altogether at this point.
the way I see it is that it makes for a great starting point. Basically, having a system that can handle post production will mean that you have 1 less thing limiting your creativity (rez, crop-able area)
 

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