Film will always be in my heart and I will miss it as much as my first love, but life moves on.
Multiple different ways is not a problem, you can list under work flows, by camera, workflow A-Z subcategories, and just keep adding. In seventy five years, if it is still there, somebody trying to restore an antique Red One could just look up the work flow and run a PC windows emulator. People take multiple options as confusion, but it is not, it just needs to be broken down into logical categories etc to put it into simple enough order.
About what is coming. There are some very interesting technologies. Sony is one of the ones to watch, organic sensors, three layer sensors, 100million pixel sensor, soon. As for low light and dynamic range, far beyond what we use. I tried to advise Red years ago, to hook into the right technology licenses, 15 stops is not much compared to what I have seen. 9k is not even much. Low light, a lot better then we have seen yet.
On color gamut, how do you get it up?
The structure in our eyes have overlap in their color response, but if you can get a response without overlap on one type, you get supper saturation, but a sensor, and the Bayer demosiacing, and antialaising filter, are not conducive to this. How much of the 200% color spectrum can they record?
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