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    Looks great!
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    This was my theory on how these gorgeous videos were done...I will say, I was shocked and stoked I stumbled upon this post, especially to see you associated with it! My Apple TV is impatiently awaiting the completed works

    Love your work, thanks for sharing & always inspiring!
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  4. #14 I gotta see this material properly exhibited!!! 
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Mullen ASC View Post
    How are you avoiding the problem of a bent horizon when pointing three cameras at an angle, a problem that Cinerama had:
    I would assume they are using a warp inversion map in post - but that's conjecture. Tell us all your secrets Phil, you don't share enough (sarcasm). Love this kind of stuff.

    If only we knew somebody with a bunch of high rez projectors who could arrange a seriously insane large format demo at CineGear, perhaps someone who has a facility near the Paramount lot... Hmmm... (yes, more sarcasm, can't help myself).

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Mullen ASC View Post
    How are you avoiding the problem of a bent horizon when pointing three cameras at an angle, a problem that Cinerama had:
    Start a thread called 'ask Phil Holland anything'? ;) Cool to see David stumped I don't think I've seen that on RU before
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    Insane Imagery with a super cool set up... Go Phil :)
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    First thing: holy shit, those shots are terrific. I don't like the soft edges of these lenses though, although you did say you had them wide open some of the time.

    Are you actually pulling focus with these things, while filming? I wonder if that's worth the bother!

    I suspect that correcting for the bent horizon is fairly simple geometry?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Holland View Post
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    I've seen it scaled down to 8K on screens and it's just wonderful.
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    So I guess now we've reached the point where we can scale DOWN to 8K :D
    Hahaha, nice !
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    12K@48fps stitched from 3 VV cameras, down-sampled for 8K delivery. Amazing!
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    What kind of computer horsepower are you using? Must be insane...
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    Would be interesting to see a frame from one of the cameras to se how much the gaining of stitching three cameras were. What was the main purpose? To get more fov without using a wider lens or getting details using more pixels?
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