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  1. #1 RED 8K S35 
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    8K S35.
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    OOO shiiitt ;) love this eheheh
    is New Sensor? or Dragon at 8k s35?
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    A new camera every week. No wonder why they have to postpone constantly ^^
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    i really hope they decide to do a Full frame 6k sensor for lowlight/potentially better DR
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    Phil, is the 8K S35 sensor bigger than the 8K VV?
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    Its the pocket version=)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Arvidsson View Post
    Its the pocket version=)
    Got it, thanks Joel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vincent kardasik View Post
    Phil, is the 8K S35 sensor bigger than the 8K VV?
    My gess is, nope. VV is bigger than S35 and I think this is a more dense sensor than the dragon sensor, simply it has less distance between the pixels so it can fit 8k within the S35 frame. I undertand there are a lot of people asking for such as it fits with all the available S35 cinema lenses out there. But I for one much rather have the VV size of a sensor. Big is better in my mind. It would ofcourse be a bitch to choose if this sensor is much better than the dragon... then ofcourse people will be asking for this tech in VV size.lol.
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    Hmmm. Pixel pitch. Interesting. :)

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