View Full Version : 2K video?
09-08-2008, 10:19 PM
If Canon is doing 1080p (to be confirmed soon?) I could see the DSMC having at least 2K. Would 3K be too close with competition with the Scarlet, or will this DSMC actually cost more than $3000?
How can I sleep peacefully through the night with all this terrific news?
09-08-2008, 10:27 PM
agree . . .
put my purchasing plans over the next three months into a tail spin!!
09-08-2008, 10:33 PM
See, somehow I don't think that they'll do post processing with this camera. That probably means that there won't be a way for the camera to scale the images that come off the sensor, which means that it'd record any Redcode RAW at native resolution. That is, unless they allow the sensor to be windowed.
09-08-2008, 10:38 PM
2k would be plenty by me! 2k at 120fps :-)
09-09-2008, 07:09 AM
to sell alot of them the price will have to be comparable to things like the d90 , I'm thinking between 1 and 2k with a lens
09-09-2008, 08:17 AM
Also would be nice if it could pull from the full or most of the sensor, but that might be wishful thinking.
09-09-2008, 08:56 AM
2K downsampled from a larger sensor would be okay, but a 2K bayer crop (pixel for pixel) would not result in a clean 1080p image.
Still resolution upto = 9288 x 6000 ( over 50 mp)
Upto 10 fps (still mode)
Motion = upto 2 k (with 1 to 70 fps)
Same depth of field as a 35 mm movie camera ( movie mode)
Also can use all kind of nikon canon lens with their mounts.
Optical HD 720p viewfinder for (movie mode) with its adapter.
Special mattebox for DSLR lens (movie mode)
Upto 100 MBps (movie mode)
Special and simple shoulder ring for shooting on shoulder (both movie and still mode)
Better size like a canon Eos Mark series (which can use stedy when shoot movies ) nt exactly same model...
Weight = upto 3.2 pound (for body only)for flexibility
Two Audio in puts
Record RAW at native resolution ( both still and motion)
Under = $ 2800
okey so these are my basic requirements..! lol :sarcasm: