i like the folding paper, says everything :)
However, will Samsung & LG vernacular of "Ultra Definition" (i.e. UD) prevail?
They say that UHDTV won't be broadcast before 2020...
There's nothing to stop a theater from showing a closed-circuit exhibition of 8K. 8K doesn't have to be broadcast, as long as there's a way to shoot it, edit it, color-correct it, and deliver it.
I'm curious how Hitachi is dealing with the tremendous data rates required by 7680×4320 material:
The DOPs that had 4k DCP in Cannes decided to show it in 2k because 4k was too sharp...
We stills have to get used to UHD...
8k will be great for live events, sports, concerts, racing. It could be great for outdoors displays and giant screens, as well as stadiums. However, for filmmaking the impact might be less noticeable, unless for IMAX screens, in my humble opinion. The next revolution should be in dinamic range (hdrx is the first giant step), low light performance and best, efficient raw compression.
i cant trust a man wearing a red jacket and hot pink tie.
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