Much has been said about how the 4k from a Red One is "effectively" a 3.2K or some even say 2.5K "effective" resolution. Is there a white paper that puts this into a coherent explanation?
So, at what point do these new cameras become an "effective" or a "real" 4K image?
What determines the actual resolution?
How can these 5 or 6K images be turned into real 4K quality images suitable for the big screen and a high end 4k post production workflow?
When will we learn more about this workflow, which at the moment seems non-existent?