Adding the glasses was a nice touch Martin.
What happened to the other options?
Can't find the threads/link.
Sorry if this has been suggested but there are so many threads maybe we could remove some and amalgamate answers. ie what exactly is been announced on the 30th will the FF35 Monstro timescale be announced or it is just the Myst-X, will we have news about the scarlet and epic.
I am not looking for information or fishing for answers but there are so many posts and threads with similar subjects it is very difficult to keep track of new developments even if you are on the forum 24/7
The 30th, I can,t wait.
It is of course very strange that a lot of people will be quick to get rid of their Red Ones. At this point there is absolutely no discernable difference between film and Red in the eyes of viewers/ consumers. Just look at the number of music videos and commercials on TV. No broadcaster, producer, distributer, exhibitor, consumer or couch potato has ever complained there is really no real way to tell. Not even majority of complainers on reduser.net can tell the difference on a screen. As a matter of fact in critics circles “District 9” is going head to head with “500 Days of Summer” as the best Indie Flick of the summer”, Go figure. The issue of dynamic range is strange and mostly in the eyes of most “Forum Heads”. Do you really think if Panasonic , JVC, Sony or all the other competitors give an F**K about your opinion on the dynamic range of their cameras? They tell you in their brochures the graphs and charts show the entire DR you need, just press the DRS button, if you don’t get the Range, they will tell you on their forums you suck at filmmaking.
Consumers have seen so many things shot on film that even without knowing how noise and dynamic range works, it is ingrained into their head how film looks opposed to video.
Haha, whoa you swooped down fast.
I have no idea myself what Public Enemies was shot on, I have not seen it. But I know from just the trailer it was definitely not film. I was speaking of digital vs. film and not specifically red vs. film.
Sorry if it sounded like I think all digital is the same. Red is closer to the film range than most digital cameras, but when you look at everything as a whole, film is still sitting at the top below everything else.
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