That's true, but "currently" is the key word here. The Arri D20 and D21 both had mechanical shutters, as did the Viper and the Dalsa. And within the next 6 months or so, you will also see the F65 and the Alexa Studio, both with mechanical shutters (the F65 as an option, but my guess is that it will be a popular one, particularly in the "higher end" of the industry).The biggest thing I think all digital cinema cameras currently lack are the mechanical shutter...
ok so HERE is a link to AMC theaters that were showing the 4K remaster of Taxi Driver. They aren't super clear but it would seem that the theaters listed there had 4K projection. I'm a bit skeptical of the list since there is a theater there right by me and I'm not sure they have a 4K projection. I will certainly ask next time I'm there.
I saw CONTAGION in Blu-ray yesterday on calibrated Samsung SP-A800B front projector. I don't like the image. Hight lights are burned, chroma is over saturated, curves are destroyed... Sharpness is here, ok. But What a bad image! (my opinion).
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